Can't get to the beach next week? No worries. Cramer says there's plenty of fun to be had on Wall Street.
Following are the economic releases and other potentially market moving catalysts that Cramer will be watching in the week ahead.
MONDAY JULY 1ST
On Monday Cramer will be taking the temperature of Asia's economic health. "We get manufacturing PMI from China. I stay focused on China because that country seems to be slowing down at a pace that has to make the government extremely uncomfortable," Cramer said. "I believe we get numbers below 50. In turn I expect more pressure on the mineral stocks and the commodities in general."
Also Cramer will be sifting through the Tanken All Industry Capital Expenditure Index from Japan. "Japan had fallen so far that some pundits were convinced it would remain in the grips of a bear market for the rest of the year. But recently there have been signs of life and I think the Tanken report confirms those signs of life will endure," Cramer said.