Vital Signs for the Week of June 28

On tap: Federal Reserve's monetary policy meeting, June employment data, Institute for Supply Management's June business activity indexes, May factory orders, June consumer confidence, and more

It seems all but official. When the Federal Reserve's Open Market Committee adjourns from its June 29-30 meeting, it's expected to announce a rise in interest rates. The consensus among Fed watchers is for a quarter percentage point increase in the fed funds rate, to 1.25%.

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