Bureau of Labor Statistics announced yesterday that monthly job openings were up in June over May. June number was the highest recorded since the report began in December of 2000. Fed might not be incentivized to raise rates any time soon as the pattern of low inflation even with jobs growth, might suggest rates stay unchanged. Treasury yields fell today on U.S. / North Korean tensions. Market will be watching for a possible debt ceiling crisis next month if Congress is unable to raise the debt ceiling.