The last U.S. economic data point is minutes away: U. Michigan Consumer Confidence.
The final reading for June is expected to register no change from a preliminary reading, at 74.1.
If that holds, it would represent the lowest reading since December of 2011.
The announcement is expected at 9:55 a.m.
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