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Barclays Expects A ‘Tangible Catalyst’ For Danaher Corp This Summer

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Barclays Expects A 'Tangible Catalyst' For Danaher Corp This Summer

Barclays analysts Scott Davis and Lauren Giugliano see a tangible catalyst for Danaher Corporation (NYSE: DHR) this summer. Both analysts believe the company remains one of their best stocks. The brokerage has an Overweight rating with $105 as the price objective on the shares of the company.

The two analysts believe the time has come to revisit Danaher following the expected Danaher/Fortive spinoff expected to take effect during the first week of July. They also believe the spinoff will help to accelerate shareholder value and unlock that value when it aligns with the parent firm.

“Both companies have high-quality assets and portfolio optionality. For DHR RemainCo, value creation post-spin should come from its re-engagement in M&A, accelerating accretion from the Pall deal, and a portfolio that should post positive growth in 2017, even assuming the macro decelerates from here,” the two analysts wrote to their clients in a research note.

Related Link: Danaher Reports Declaration Of Pro Rata Dividend Of Fortive Common Shares

The two analysts think the M&A should be an important driver for Fortive. The brokerage sees less clear growth prospects after the Brexit vote in the second half of the current year and the first half of the next year. That is because the company is less exposed to Europe while exposing itself more toward America.

Barclays concluded by saying, “We have identified a relevant comp set and have used that comp set to arrive at what we believe is a fair valuation range for Fortive shares ($55–$65, assuming a 350 million share count).”

At time of writing, Danaher was down 0.75 percent at $97.47.

Latest Ratings for DHR

Date Firm Action From To
Jun 2016 Bernstein Upgrades Market Perform Outperform
Jun 2016 Citigroup Maintains Neutral
Apr 2016 Sterne Agee CRT Maintains Neutral

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Morgan Stanley ‘Pursuing The Right Strategy,’ Says JPMorgan

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Morgan Stanley 'Pursuing The Right Strategy,' Says JPMorgan

JPMorgan’s Kian Abouhossein reaffirmed a cautious stance on the banking sector following the U.K.’s Brexit vote.

Abouhossein maintains an Overweight rating on Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS), while lowering the price target from $29 to $27.

The analyst explained the base case scenario was “a slowing EU economy leading to lower rates,” and expects CoE to increase for UK credit exposed banks, given the meaningful uncertainty regarding the UK and EU banking sector.

The Right Strategy

Abouhossein believes Morgan Stanley was pursuing “the right strategy” by further cutting down its FICC business with end-state FICC RWAs expected to decline to $110 billion, from $136 billion in 2015.

Related Link: European Bank Stocks Continue To Plummet

“MS FICC business mix is very geared to Credit and Securitised Products which is likely to be weak in 2016, looking at the widening in credit spreads and hence we believe if the current revenue environment does not improve, MS may have to have another review of its FICC business which would further release capital in our view,” the analyst said.

Abouhossein expects the company to spend a cumulative $9.9 billion on buybacks over the remainder of 2016-2018.

The EPS estimates for 2016 have been cut by an average 14 percent, while the EPS estimates for 2017 and 2018 have been lowered by an average 16 percent, to reflect lower WM and IB revenues.

Latest Ratings for MS

Date Firm Action From To
Apr 2016 Keefe Bruyette & Woods Maintains Market Perform
Apr 2016 Barclays Maintains Equalweight
Mar 2016 Credit Suisse Maintains Neutral

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The Market In 5 Minutes: Brexit Worries Continue To Rock Stocks

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The Market In 5 Minutes: Brexit Worries Continue To Rock Stocks

Below is a tool used by the Benzinga News Desk each trading day — it’s a look at everything happening in the market, in five minutes. Apply for daily AM access by clicking here or email minutes@benzinga.com.

Macro Focus

U.S. stock futures traded lower in early pre-market trade. Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled 126 points to 17,121.00, while the Standard & Poor’s 500 index futures fell 15 points to 2,003.50. Futures for the Nasdaq 100 index dropped 36 points to 4,225.75.

European markets were lower today, with the Spanish Ibex Index falling 1.17 percent, STOXX Europe 600 Index dipping 2.84 percent and German DAX 30 index dropping 1.90 percent. The UK’s FTSE index was trading lower by 1.52 percent, while French CAC 40 Index fell 1.80 percent.

Oil prices traded lower as Brent crude futures dropped 0.81 percent to trade at $48.08 per barrel, while US WTI crude futures also fell 0.97 percent to trade at $47.21 a barrel.

BZ News Desk Focus

Carnival (NYSE: CCL) is scheduled to report it latest results on Tuesday. The Street is anticipating earnings of $0.38 per share on revenue of $3.68 billion. The company has beat estimates in its last four quarters.

General Mills (NYSE: GIS) is due out on Wednesday, with the Street looking for EPS of $0.60 on revenue of $3.86 billion.

Darden (NYSE: DRI) will reports its earnings on Thursday. The owner of Olive Garden and Longhorn Steakhouse, among others, is expected to report EPS of $1.08 on revenue of $1.82 billion.

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Halliburton Will Continue To Gain Market Share

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Halliburton Will Continue To Gain Market Share

Iberia Capital’s Robert MacKenzie expects Halliburton Company (NYSE: HAL) to “continue to gain share from its competitors as the market starts to recover due to superior service quality, lower structural costs, and under-utilized active assets.”

MacKenzie maintains an Outperform rating on the company, with a price target of $50.

“HAL remains on our Conviction List and is our favorite large cap way to play the recovery in NAM completions activity,” the analyst mentioned.

With the merger now behind Halliburton, MacKenzie expects the company to focus on streamlining its infrastructure and future growth opportunities.

Regional Expectations

However, the analyst also expects the company to see a 25 percent quarter-on-quarter revenue decline in North America, with margins in the region estimated at a decline of 10.5 percent, driven by further declines in activity and pricing, partly offset by the company’s cost cutting initiatives.

Related Link: Citi Research Sees Little Upside To FMC Technologies-Technip Merger

According to the Iberia Capital report, “International revenue continues to decline, driven almost entirely by LAM, where activity continues to deteriorate significantly.”

However, the Eastern Hemisphere remains fairly resilient, especially the Middle East. Revenue for the region is expected to be flat to the 1Q levels.

“Although we are expecting 3Q revenue to essentially be flat to 2Q levels, we believe there is a possibility 2Q could be the bottom for EPS for Halliburton given the significant cost cuts the company has implemented post-merger break-up,” MacKenzie added.

Latest Ratings for HAL

Date Firm Action From To
May 2016 Griffen Securities Upgrades Buy
May 2016 Argus Research Maintains Buy
May 2016 FBR Capital Upgrades Market Perform Outperform

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Apple To Sell 40 Million iPhones In June, According To Search Engine Analytics

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Apple To Sell 40 Million iPhones In June, According To Search Engine Analytics

The AlphaWise Tracker data indicate Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) will have shipped 40 million iPhone units in the June quarter, in line with the consensus.

Morgan Stanley’s Katy L. Huberty maintains an Overweight rating on the company, with a price target of $120.

What Data Suggest

Huberty mentioned the supply side data were also roughly in line with the consensus expectations for C2H16.

“We believe consensus expects about 120 million iPhone shipments in C2H16, while we are slightly lower at 116 million,” the analyst said.

Morgan Stanley’s estimate for the September quarter is for 47 million iPhone builds, with early expectations of a slight year-on-year decline in the December quarter, from the 72 million last year.

Related Link: Apple’s Latest Smartphone Competition: Google Phone?

“Apple has not missed its gross margin guidance range to the downside in any of the last 11 quarters, or since management initiated current guidance methodology,” Huberty pointed out.

Higher iPhone SE Demand

However, investors have been concerned regarding the better-than-expected demand for the iPhone SE during the June quarter.

The analyst pointed out that there still are several days of wait time on the Apple website for certain iPhone models, which is consistent with management commentary that the company would be unable to achieve supply/demand balance in the June quarter.

Huberty believes iPhone SE has gross margin of about 40 percent, which is lower than that for the other iPhone models but higher than the guidance.

Due to the increasing SE mix, the September quarter margin estimate has been decreased 80bps, bring the FY16 EPS estimate down to $8.20.

Latest Ratings for AAPL

Date Firm Action From To
Jun 2016 Goldman Sachs Maintains Buy
May 2016 UBS Maintains Buy
Apr 2016 Brean Capital Maintains Buy

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Baird Says Buy Cooper Companies At Current Levels

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Cooper Companies Inc (NYSE: COO) hosted investor meetings this week. Following meetings with management, Baird’s Jeff D. Johnson maintained an Outperform rating for the company, with a price target of $185.

Analyst Jeff Johnson commented that the investor meetings increased confidence in “the sustainability of recent above-market contact lens revenue growth and potential for solid double-digit EPS growth over the next several years.”

New Product Perspective

Cooper Companies’ new product pipeline appears to be good and more robust than that of any of its competitors, Johnson noted.

Margin perspective

Gross margins across all four of Cooper Companies’ key product lines, namely clariti, MyDay, Biofinity and Avaira, seem to have significant expansion opportunity over the next few years. “In our view, such GM% improvements should be more than enough to help COO’s company-wide OM% expand at least 100bp annually over the next few years,” the analyst wrote.

Looming Vita Monthly SiHy Launch

Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) is preparing to launch of its Vita monthly SiHy next week, which has led to investors focusing more on near-term risks Cooper Companies.

“But we continue to believe risk of near-term disruption to COO from JNJ’s Vita launch next week is smaller than what we saw late last year with the OASYS 1-Day launch, and as such we continue to like risk/reward with this stock and remain buyers at current levels,” Johnson added.

Latest Ratings for COO

Date Firm Action From To
Jun 2016 Jefferies Maintains Buy
May 2016 Cleveland Research Upgrades Neutral Buy
Apr 2016 Jefferies Upgrades Hold Buy

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Benzinga’s Top Initiations

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Benzinga's Top Initiations

  • Analysts at Cowen & Company initiated coverage on salesforce.com, inc. (NYSE: CRM) with an Outperform rating. salesforce.com shares dropped 3.51 percent to $79.39 in pre-market trading.
  • Analysts at Stifel Nicolaus initiated coverage of Hibbett Sports, Inc. (NASDAQ: HIBB) with a Hold rating. Hibbett shares rose 0.58 percent to close at $34.39 on Thursday.
  • Analysts at DA Davidson initiated coverage on Extra Space Storage, Inc. (NYSE: EXR) with a Neutral rating. Extra Space Storage shares declined 0.49 percent to close at $87.04 on Thursday.
  • Analysts at Cowen & Company initiated coverage on Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL) with an Outperform rating. Oracle shares fell 3.11 percent to $39.56 in pre-market trading.
  • Argus Research initiated coverage of American Water Works Company Inc (NYSE: AWK) with a Buy rating. The target price for American Water Works is set to $88. American Water Works shares dropped 1.51 percent to $77.75 in pre-market trading.
  • MKM Partners initiated coverage on Intersil Corp (NASDAQ: ISIL) with a Neutral rating. The target price for Intersil is set to $15.50. Intersil shares rose 0.71 percent to close at $14.16 on Thursday.
  • Analysts at Cowen & Company initiated coverage of Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ: ADBE) with an Outperform rating. Adobe shares fell 3.85 percent to $92.51 in pre-market trading.
  • Analysts at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey initiated coverage on FleetCor Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: FLT) with a Buy rating. FleetCor Technologies shares rose 1.55 percent to close at $146.40 on Thursday.

Latest Ratings for CRM

Date Firm Action From To
Jun 2016 Cowen & Company Initiates Coverage on Outperform
Jun 2016 BMO Capital Initiates Coverage on Outperform
Jun 2016 SunTrust Robinson Humphrey Maintains Buy

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A Peek Into The Markets: U.S. Stock Futures Tumble After Brexit Vote

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A Peek Into The Markets: U.S. Stock Futures Tumble After Brexit Vote

Pre-open movers

U.S. stock futures traded lower in early pre-market trade, after the U.K. voted to leave the European Union. After Brexit vote, British Prime Minister David Cameron reported that he will resign. Data on durable goods orders for May will be released at 8:30 a.m. ET, while the University of Michigan’s consumer sentiment index for June is scheduled for release at 10:00 a.m. ET.

Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled 535 points to 17,459.00, while the Standard & Poor’s 500 index futures fell 79.25 points to 2,038.00. Futures for the Nasdaq 100 index dropped 167.25 points to 4,315.50.

Oil prices traded lower as Brent crude futures dropped 4.32 percent to trade at $48.71 per barrel, while US WTI crude futures also fell 4.31 percent to trade at $47.97 a barrel.


A Peek Into Global Markets

European markets were lower today, with the Spanish Ibex Index falling 11.36 percent, STOXX Europe 600 Index dipping 7.29 percent and German DAX 30 index dropping 7.10 percent. The UK’s FTSE index was trading lower by 4.45 percent, while French CAC 40 Index fell 8.49 percent.

In Asian markets, Japan’s Nikkei Stock Average fell 7.92 percent, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index dropped 2.92 percent, China’s Shanghai Composite Index declined 1.30 percent and India’s BSE Sensex declined 2.24 percent.

Broker Recommendation

Analysts at Credit Suisse downgraded Accenture Plc (NYSE: ACN) from Outperform to Neutral.

Accenture shares fell 0.12 percent to close at $118.91 on Thursday.


Breaking news

  • The United Kingdom will cease to be part of the


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What A Boring Week In The Markets

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What A Boring Week In The Markets

What happened in the market this week? Nothing really. In fact, as of 10:15 a.m. ET on Friday, the S&P 500 index was within a few ticks of last Friday’s close (2059). Of course, with over four hours remaining in the session, a lot can happen.

However, keep in mind the index returned to that level after a frightening 120-point plunge in Friday’s pre-market session. At one point, it went limit down at 1999 for roughly 20 minutes from 12:35 a.m. ET until to 12:55 a.m. ET.

All About Brexit

What will be glorified in the mainstream media will be the frenzied trading action ahead of the Brexit vote and aftermath, which the market and polls got completely wrong. Earlier in week, S&P 500 index futures had sharply higher opens. On Monday, the index surrendered some of the gains, but on Thursday and into Friday’s pre-market just kept going higher before it collapsed.

Related Link: Will Today Become Britain’s Black Friday? Stock Panic Through The Years

In reality, Britain remaining in the European Union would have maintained the status quo in the worldwide monetary and banking system. Therefore, was there any real reason to aggressively buy equities that as of late were struggling near the top of two-year plus trading range (1800-2100 for the S&P 500 index)?

How did Great Britain remaining in the European Union automatically increase the value of U.S. equities? Will Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) sell more iPhones? Will General Motors (NYSE: GM) or Ford (NYSE: F) sell more cars? Will people be…
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Mid-Afternoon Market Update: Dow Tumbles 550 Points; Gold Up 4.5%

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Toward the end of trading Friday, the Dow traded down 3.07 percent to 17,457.73 while the NASDAQ fell 3.88 percent to 4,719.57. The S&P also fell, dropping 3.24 percent to 2,044.88.

Leading and Lagging Sectors

On Friday, utilities shares fell by just 0.6 percent. Top gainers in the sector included RGC Resources Inc. (NASDAQ: RGCO) and Chesapeake Utilities Corporation (NYSE: CPK).

In trading on Friday, financial shares dipped by 5.6 percent. Meanwhile, top losers in the sector included Lloyds Banking Group PLC (ADR) (NYSE: LYG), down 23 percent, and Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC (NYSE: RBS), down 23 percent.

Top Headline

The United Kingdom will cease to be part of the European Union as the “leave” campaign emerged victorious in the Brexit vote.

51.9 percent of voters, or 17.41 million people, in the United Kingdom said they no longer wish their country to remain a member of the EU. On the other hand, 48.1 percent, or 16.14 million people, felt their country will be stronger as part of the European Union.

Prime Minister David Cameron campaigned for the “stay” vote and announced he will step down from office immediately following the vote. Former London mayor Boris Johnson was a big supporter of the “leave” campaign and his name is being thrown around as a potential successor to Cameron.


Equities Trading UP

Electro Rent Corporation (NASDAQ: ELRC) shares shot up 18 percent to $15.41 as Platinum Equity raised Electro Rent purchase price offer to $15.50 per share.

Shares of Skullcandy Inc (NASDAQ: SKUL) got a boost, shooting up 22 percent to $5.70 after the company agreed to be acquired by Incipio for $5.75 per share.

Finish Line Inc (NASDAQ: FINL) shares…
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Death to All Zombies!

Courtesy of James Howard Kunstler

Wait a minute. They’re already dead. Brexit just reveals that not everybody’s brains have been eaten. A viral contagion now threatens the zombified institutions of daily life, especially the workings of politics and finance. Just as zombies exist only in the collective imagination, so do these two principal activities of society operate mainly on trust, an ephemeral product of the hive-mind.

When things fall apart in stressed complex systems, they tend to fall apart fast. It’s called phase change. Too many things in 21st century life have depended on sheer trust that the people-in-charge know what they are doing. That trust has subsisted on the doling out of money-from-nothing: debt, reckless bond issuance. TARP, QEs, bailouts, bail-ins, Operation Twists, Ponzi schemes… ...



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S&P Downgrades UK From AAA To AA Due To Brexit: Full Text

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That didn't take too long: just as the rating agencies warned as part of the scaremongering campaing, the downgrades of the UK have begun. None of this is surprising: now that both S&P and Moodys are also policy tools of the "establishment", demonstrated so vividly in the downgrade and upgrade games involving Greece and most recently Poland, this is merely another attempt to push the UK citizens to undo last week's historic referendum.

Here is how you know S&P has gotten orders from up top to unleash the heavy artillery: "Brexit could also, over time, diminish sterling's role as a global reserve&#x...



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Dallas Fed Manufacturing Outlook: Overall Decline in June

Courtesy of Doug Short's Advisor Perspectives.

This morning the Dallas Fed released its Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey (TMOS) for June. The latest general business activity index increased in June after two months of decreases. The General Activity index came in at -18.3, up from -20.8 in April. Other measures of manufacturing activity reflected continued declines.

Here is an excerpt from the latest report:

Texas factory activity declined again in June, according to business executives responding to the Texas Manufacturing Outlook Survey. The production...



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Swing trading portfolio - Week of June 27th, 2016

Reminder: OpTrader is available to chat with Members, comments are found below each post.

 

This post is for all our live virtual trade ideas and daily comments. Please click on "comments" below to follow our live discussion. All of our current  trades are listed in the spreadsheet below, with entry price (1/2 in and All in), and exit prices (1/3 out, 2/3 out, and All out).

We also indicate our stop, which is most of the time the "5 day moving average". All trades, unless indicated, are front-month ATM options. 

Please feel free to participate in the discussion and ask any questions you might have about this virtual portfolio, by clicking on the "comments" link right below.

To learn more about the swing trading virtual portfolio (strategy, performance, FAQ, etc.), please click here ...



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Why Brexit Really Is a Big Deal for the U.S. Economy (Time)

Politicians and technocrats of all stripes are trying to reassure Americans that Britain’s vote last week to leave the EU won’t affect them economically. They are wrong.

Brexit has already caused a number of dominos to fall

World leaders and economic experts react: Brexit is 'as significant as post-9/11' (B...



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Global Leading Indicators, testing 6-year rising support channels

Courtesy of Chris Kimble.

Long before last weeks Brexit vote, Germany’s DAX index has been an upside and downside global stock market leader, over the past few years. Below looks at the pattern the DAX has created over the past decade.

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Since mid 2009 the DAX has remained inside of rising channel (A). The top of this channel was hit in April of 2015. Since hitting rising channel resistance, the DAX has ...



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Two Centuries of Parasitic Economics

By Jacob Wolinsky. Originally published at ValueWalk.

The work of independent scholar, Basil Al-Nakeeb, ‘Two Centuries of Parasitic Economics: The Struggle for Economic and Political Democracy on the Eve of the Financial Collapse of the West’ walks readers through a chronology of flawed economic thought and the inferior theories produced as a result. But Al-Nakeeb takes his arguments one step further – by proposing an alternative and efficient macroeconomic blueprint built on a foundation of efficient taxes, finance and fair, just political democracy.

Two Centuries of Parasitic Economics: The Struggle for Economic and Political Democracy on the Eve of the Financial Collapse of the West

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Mapping The Market

Thoughts on Brexit

I have mixed feelings about Brexit today. Clearly the European institution need reforming. The addition of so many countries in the last 20 years has created a top heavy administration. The Euro adds more complexities to the equation as the ECB policies cannot fit every country's problem. On the other hand, a unified Europe has advantages as well – some countries have benefited from the integration.

For Britain, it's hard to say what the final price will be. My guess is that Scotland might now vote for independence as they supported staying in Europe overwhelmingly. Northern Ireland might be tempted to leave as well so possibly RIP UK in the long run. I was talking to some French people and they were saying that now there might be no incentive for France to stop immigrants from crossing over to the UK like they do now and simply allow for travel there and let the UK deal with them. The end game is not clear to anyone at the moment....



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Bitcoin Tumbles 10%

Courtesy of ZeroHedge. View original post here.

One week ago, when bitcoin first crossed above $700 on the seemingly insatiable Chinese buying which we forecast last September (when bitcoin was trading at $230) would take place as a result of China's capital controls (to much pushback by the "mainstream" financial media), we tried to predict what may happen next. We said that "it could go much higher. That said, anyone who bought last September when the digital currency was trading at $230 may be advised to take some profits, and at least make...



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Mid-Day Update

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This Is Why Biotech Stocks May Explode Again

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Here's an interesting article from Investor's Business Daily arguing that biotech stocks are beginning to recover from their recent declines, notwithstanding current weakness.

This Is Why Biotech Stocks May Explode Again

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Excerpt:

After a three-year bull run that more than quadrupled its value by its peak last July, IBD’s Medical-Biomed/Biotech Industry Group plunged 50% by early February, hurt by backlashes against high drug prices and mergers that seek to lower corporate taxes.

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