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US markets in for a good dose of volatility this week on domestic politics, North Korea

Mr McCain leaving the Senate chamber after voting on the GOP "Skinny Repeal" healthcare bill on Friday in Washington. Domestic turmoil could lead to some volatility in the markets this week.

US stocks were almost perfectly flat last week, despite some signs that the longest period of calm in decades is about to be broken.

The nervous climb higher could continue this week, if earnings reports from health insurers, utilities and others keep the second-quarter growth streak...

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