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Looking at the day ahead, in Europe the final manufacturing PMIs are due along with a first look at the non-core and the UK, which are going to be the key economic releases for the European session, according to analysts at Deutsche Bank.

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“In the US there will be the May employment report due in 1:30pm BST including nonfarm payrolls (190k expected), unemployment rate and the all-important average hourly earnings (2.6% yoy expected). The final manufacturing PMI for May, April construction spending and May’s ISM manufacturing prints are also due in the US. Elsewhere, the US automakers’ May sales figures are also due. Finally, US Commerce Secretary Ross is travelling to China this weekend for another round of trade talks.”