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The Fifa World Cup knock out stages get under way next week, and the US, which did not qualify for the quadrennial tournament, celebrates Independence Day. There’s a lot more markets will be tuning in to next week. Tighter domestic monetary policy and global trade turmoil have set the US dollar for its best quarterly performance since December 2016. P 500 for a month, but medical-device maker Abiomed has already made a splash as the index’s top gainer during the first half of 2018. Stocks are finishing off June in style, eyeing their first back-to-back gains since the middle of the month. Oil keeps marching higher, with both US and international benchmarks on track for their fourth consecutive quarter in the black. US fields have been sown with more soyabeans than corn for the second time in history, even as a brewing trade war with China threatens to undercut demand for the oilseed.
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