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Only a very strong or truly awful jobs report will drive stocks higher

Fed officials have made the case for a rate hike, indicating that US growth is already sufficiently hot to raise rates

Biotechnology companies are losing ground as Mrs Clinton, who retains a commanding lead in national polls, plans to probe their pricing practices after Mylan raised prices on its EpiPen medication.

IN remarks at a central banking conference last Friday, Fed chairwoman Janet Yellen made the case for a rate hike, citing improved economic data in the US. This was a change in tone from recent appearances when Ms Yellen acknowledged worries that weakening global growth could spread to the US,