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Wall Street's bull will have to navigate earnings and politics in the week ahead

Earnings and politics dominate the week ahead.

There are dozens of corporate earnings reports, and the U.S. Republican convention, from where market strategists are hoping to hear more about how a Trump presidency could impact corporate America and the economy.

Traders will also be watching the aftermath of Friday's failed military coup attempt in Turkey.

News of the military action in the NATO country came just around the close of U.S. trading Friday and sent risk assets lower after the bell. U.S. stock futures fell, and the Turkish lira and other emerging market currencies weakened against the U.S. dollar. There was some late flight to safety buying in U.S. Treasurys and gold. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's government was in control within hours.