Markets Are Higher In Europe

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Yesterday was an incredibly quiet day in the market and today is no different.Markets are a bit higher in Europe, although it’s nothing to write a book about.

Italy is up 0.3%. Germany is up 0.5%.

About the only big thing, market-wise, to happen overnight, was the Reserve Bank of Australia not cutting rates.

In the US, futures are totally flat.

It’s likely to be slow the rest of the day and tomorrow (thanks to the July 4 holiday) before really picking up on Thursday and Friday thanks to the Bank of England, the ECB, and a slew of economic data.

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