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According to Reuters, U.S. stocks headed lower on Wednesday, as a selloff in healthcare stocks extended for a second day, overshadowing a rally in chipmakers led by Qualcomm. The S&P healthcare index tumbled 2.5%, on pace to wipe out its yearly gains over concerns about potential changes to healthcare policy as 2020 presidential election looms. Medical device maker Abbott Laboratories Inc fell 3.8%, despite quarterly results beating estimates.

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