Wall St set for muted open as infrastructure bill vote looms
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Aug 10 (Reuters) – Wall Street’s main indexes were set to open flat on Tuesday as investors stayed away from making big bets ahead of a Senate vote on a much-anticipated infrastructure bill.
After the vote on passage of the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill at 11 a.m. ET (1500 GMT), the Senate would immediately begin to debate $3.5 trillion in additional investments to jump-start road and bridge-building projects over the next five years and new social programs over the next decade. read more
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