For the shortened week of June 29, we highlight Greece’s bailout deadline, the notable quarterly earnings reports and key economic data to keep an eye on. On Tuesday, Greece's euro area-backed bailout expires, putting the country at the brink of default unless it can reach a deal with creditors. On the earnings front, we note six companies releasing their latest quarterly financial results including ConAgra Foods (CAG), consumer foods giant General Mills (GIS), Constellation Brands (STZ), payroll services provider Paychex (PAYX), lighting fixtures company Acuity Brands (AYI), and spices maker McCormick and Company (MKC). On the economic calendar, we have pending home sales, consumer confidence, the ISM manufacturing index, and the monthly employment situation report. It's a shortened week on Wall Street. The stock and bond markets are closed on Friday for the Independence Day holiday. TheStreet's Kurumi Fukushima reports in New York.
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