astelin nasal spray price rosuvastatin india price Update-3 6/17 11:30 a EDT Pfizer (PFE) $11B Buyout of Array Pharmaceuticals (ARRY) Sparks Rally in biotech. As usual M&A brings buyers into biotech.

  • ARRY up 56% on Pfizer $11B buyout.
  • XBI up 3.68% to $84.46.
  • Green screen in mid-caps, gene therapy.

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motrin canada where to buy calcium carbonate for chalk paint Update-2 6/12 10:30 a EDT casodex cost of Large Caps looking good in early trading: ALXN,BMY, GILD, MRK, RHHBY.

allegra acosta listal leukeran 2mg price uk Update-1 Another choppy day with no discernible trend; XBI down 1.11%, IBB down 0.49%,XLV down 0.16%, QQQ up 0.14%. clarinex buy Risk off mode in biopharma.Today was the Goldman Sachs Global Healthcare Conference, through JUNE 13th, so this could account for some gains particularly large caps.

  • Gene therapy stocks in the red: QURE sinks 12% off 2019 highs!
  • Large caps mixed with winners: ABBV, BMY,CELG,MRK,REGN, Bottom fishers seek dividends.
  • Mid-Caps mixed: MRTX down 5% on profit taking,GWPH up 2.2%.
  • Sold recent trades: FOLD,INCY; but not CRSP down 1.94% -still in.

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lozol cost rhinocort malaysia price Biotech Snapshot: More Losers than Winners Despite NASDAQ Up 1.05%

  • XBI down 0.9% to $82.09 holding recent support at $80 level.
  • IBB down 0.6% at $103.21.
  • XLV up 0.30% to $91.28.well above April 17 lows of $85.78.
  • QQQ up 1.17% to $183.15.

advair diskus inhaler price The overall market continued to rally off the recent Mexican “tariff crisis” that apparently nobody believed if you look at how the stocks performed at the all last week. The airwaves today were dominated by Donald Trump who briefly came off twitter and got on CNBC in the am before the market opened. Trump’s message was more of the same: the FED tightened too much, China needs a deal more than us while he continued trashing individuals such as John Dean and the U.S.Chamber of Commerce. But the tide may have turned on the crude tool of tariffs as some Republicans are beginning to speak out against Trump’s tariff policies particularly on immigation.Moreover many economists are commenting on concerns of slowing global growth particularly after the weaker job numbers posted Friday. Has the ponstel price south africa expectation of FED cut chatter gone too far and is that propping up the market? Nonetheless trade news and tariffs are likely to dominate the financial news for weeks to come.

pletal tablet price in pakistan The Medtech sector looks a lot stronger than biotech with the iShares Medical Device ETF (IHI) hitting new highs for 2019 upon 1% today to $234.59.

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vytorin usa Biotech stocks were mixed with a lot of red among bellwether mid-caps. Moderna  MRNA) a recent IPO in the low 20s plunged 10.56%  to $15.67 without any apparent news except lack of compelling data from ASCO. The big winner in the large cap sector was GILD up 1.18% near the low-end of its 52 week range. Gene therapy stocks should be doing better after a major deal was announced last week with a CRiSPR Therapeutics (CRSP) /Vertex collaboration in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD).CRSPR received an upfront payment of $175 M with additional potential of misting and royalty payments. for its gene editing capabilities. CRSP was up 3.5% today to $44.38 after popping 5 pts on Friday.

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xeloda buy online We remain underweight biopharma stocks and are tracking the XBI for trading direction.We continue to hold our picks from the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference:: AMRN down 0.6%, GNMK up 2.23% TDOC up 3.18% and all in the money from early January.

To reiterate what we have said in recent posts, the biotech sector is lagging technology and other growth plays and remains a stock pickers market. Over two years the XBI lags the QQQ by almost 20 percentage points.

Disclosure: long CRSP,ILMN, MRNA, XBI and several large caps like BMY, GILD, MRK and RHHBY.


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