The market has essentially shrugged of a potential conflict in Ukraine and Russia and nonfarm payrolls came in better than expected. The calendar is relatively quiet in the domestic data and earnings front, but traders will look to a slew of Chinese data and earnings in the retail space. There are a number of sell-side conferences scheduled in the media, Internet, telecom, transports and consumer sectors which will also generate tradeable headlines. Scott Nations joins TheStreet's Jill Malandrino at the NASDAQ market site as they review trading action and set up the calendar for the Week Ahead.
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