Investors will be looking states-side this week when the Federal Reserve releases its minutes from its May meeting while more light could be shed on developments surrounding US-China trade ties.
There might also be some jitters among traders here, given Wall Street's lacklustre finish on Friday, with shares sagging under the weight of those trade uncertainties.
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