After a turbulent first half of the year, which resulted in the S&P 500 entering a bear market, investors will get some time to catch their breath as a new quarter kicks off.
In honor of the Fourth of July holiday, U.S.-based stock and bond markets are closed Monday. Both will reopen Tuesday.
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Elisabeth Buchwald is a personal finance and markets correspondent for USA TODAY. You can follow her on Twitter @BuchElisabeth and sign up for our Daily Money newsletter here
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