June Jobs Report; Unemployment Rate Expected to be 6.3%

TheStreet
The futures markets are pointing to a higher open after the Dow and S&P closed Wednesday's session at more record highs. Fed Chief Janet Yellen hinted in Wednesday's session that she would keep interest rates at record lows--for now. In focus today is the June jobs report from the Labor Department. If the economy adds 200,000 jobs in June, it would mark the fifth straight month of similar gains. However, the nation's unemployment rate is e expected to hold steady at 6.3 percent. GoPro shares take a breather after the stock has more than doubled its initial IPO price. Qualcomm may be making a play to buy a company investing in the next generation of high speed wireless technology.
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