A daily morning look at the financial stories you need to know to start the day
-Stock futures are understandably flat as investors await the big May jobs report at 830am Eastern.
-The consensus estimate is for 164K net new jobs created in May. Retail is expected to be a drag on the numbers.
-Crude oil is flat at the $49/barrel level.
-Gasoline prices rose to $2.34/gallon, national average.
-The new USC/LA Times poll shows Bernie Sanders now leads Hillary Clinton in California. The primary is this Tuesday.
-Donald Trump counterpunched Hillary Clinton's speech bashing him yesterday. Trump now says Mrs. Clinton "needs to go to jail."
-Protesters pelted Trump supporters with punches and eggs last night as they left the Trump rally in San Jose.
-And Walmart is also going to use drones to help maintain inventory and provide other warehouse help.
-It's not clear how much of a financial penalty, if any, Boeing will have to pay for being late delivering the KC-46 air tanker.
-Israel and Lockheed Martin just successfully carried out a drone-fired air to ground missile test on a moving target. This is a first in defense tech.
-The US government is subpoenaing China's Huawei Technologies over its dealings in Iran and North Korea.
-The vote on the UK staying in the EU is 20 days away, and the pro-"leave" forces are stepping up their pressure on "stay" advocate PM David Cameron.