The market has been in a stupor or the past few months.
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Wall Street may kick off the second half of the year with an uptick in volatility, thanks to the June jobs report and plenty of other market-moving data in a short trading week.Financial markets will be closed Friday for Independence Day. The CBOE Volatility Index, Wall Street's fear gauge, has hovered near multi-year lows, reflecting a market that seemed to grind higher no matter what was thrown at it.For long-term investors, though, Wall Street is wrapping up a good first half of the year.If the market closed the year at current levels, it would mark the best three-year run for U.S. stocks since the 1997-99 period.
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