Happy Monday, it is the 31st of July, and here are some things to look out for at the start of this busy week
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Treasuries fell along with Japanese government bonds, while the dollar rose against the yen but fell short of its G10 peers.
Stock futures in the United States were mostly unchanged.
The inflation outlook in the United States is "quite positive," according to Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari, though the central bank's aggressive monetary tightening campaign to contain price increases will likely result in some job losses and slower growth.
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US Chicago PMI for July
Median Forecast: 43.4 | Prior: 41.5 | 45.8 / 41.4
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US sells $65 bln 3-Month Bills
US sells $58 bln 6-Month Bills
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US Senior Loan Officer Survey on Bank Lending Practices
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Fed's Goolsbee Speaks on Yahoo Finance