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The market is off to a decent start as investors try to digest scores of first-quarter earnings reports. Bristol-Myers Squibb is just one of many large-cap drug and biotech companies reporting today. BMY shares are up as earnings and revenue easily ...
It is hard to keep up with the flurry of first-quarter earnings reports hitting the wires this morning. Here are a few that caught my eye today. Biotech stalwarts Amgen and Celgene posted mixed results, while AbbVie seems to have beat both top- and ...
Biotech investors should keep a close eye on the progress in this huge potential market.
It's pretty normal to have profit-taking after such a strong first quarter.
Icahn may have a tough time finding interest in this behemoth.
Would get drugs to market faster and possibly more cheaply.
Carrot-stick 'arrangement' with biotech is a fair tradeoff but will produce winners and losers.
Value stocks will extend their outperformance over growth stocks that began last year.
On Friday, investors will get quarterly results from American Airlines and the release of fourth quarter gross domestic product.
Deals already are popping up, and we'll soon have earnings reports from the industry giants.
But the 3% drop in the sector yesterday is clearly an overreaction to Trump's comments.
Here is a look at some stocks that are poised for excellent dividend returns in 2017.
We touched briefly on housing in our first post this morning. There are still some cheap home-building stocks if the housing market continues to improve, which I expect as I believe economic growth will pick up in 2017. I have done well with this se...
Overall, the next move for ABBV looks like it will be to the upside.
Check out these 15 stocks that boast solid dividend yields and are growing earnings.
Today there was a virtual vacuum of good news in the stock market.
We have to ask: where is the cash flow to pay off the debt, if any important prices are rolled back?
Shares of AbbVie were lower Friday after posting disappointing third-quarter revenue.
McKesson's disappointing earnings report ignited a selloff in health care stocks, and Jim Cramer says investors are questioning the sector's future.
With Clinton apparently headed for victory, worries about her being a threat to health-care stocks have peaked.