The big one of course will be the employment and unemployment data, out on July 6th, which is the week after.
In the meantime we'll have some regional Fed surveys and the Chicago PMI. I'll have a look at them when they're published. The average of the regional surveys gives a good guide to the national ISM manufacturing survey. For what it's worth, I think they'll be soggy. The fiscal cliff after the elections and the European debacle have impacted confidence, not just in the US but here in Oz too.
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