MSCI Asia Pacific sank, and the financial sector suffered the biggest losses.
The yen rose above 109 against the dollar, and the euro peaked at the end of 2014. The yield of 10-year Treasury bonds sank. West Texas Intermediate grew above $ 66 a barrel, after stocks in the US fell for the 10th consecutive week.
The comment by Stephen Mnuchin on the weakening of the dollar, favorable for trade, exerted pressure on the currency.
Investors strengthened their focus on world trade, after the administration of the president imposed duties on the import of solar panels and washing machines.
The Brazilian real rose to a maximum of 8 months.
• Intel, LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Starbucks and Hyundai Motor reports are expected this week.
• The ECB will announce its decision on rates today.
• The House of Lords will review the bill on Brexit-y, proposed by Theresa May this week.

• MSCI Asia Pacific sank by 0.3%
• Topix lost 0.9%
• Hang Seng Index sank by 0.7%
• Kospi grew by 1%
• S & P / ASX 200 has lost 0.1%
• The S & P 500 fell 0.05%
• The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index fell 0.1%
• The yen rose 0.1% to 109.14
• The euro gained 0.1% to $ 1.2417
• Yield of 10-year Treasury bonds fell by 1 bp. to 2.63%
• Yield of 10-year government bonds of Japan rose to 0.085%
• West Texas Intermediate increased by 0.9% to $ 66.20 per barrel
• Gold rose 0.1% to $ 1,360.16 an ounce
• Copper rose 0.1% to $ 7,160.00 per metric ton