Were watching for the June employment report, ISM manufacturing index, and more during the shortened week.
As July gets underway, a holiday-shortened week will feature key economic news that could tip the scales for an interest-rate cut by the Federal Reserve later in the month.
U.S. markets will finish early on Wednesday and then be closed Thursday for the July 4 holiday.
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