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Pfizer employees discuss natural immunity

NEW YORK: Project Veritas has posted three videos as part of its #ExposePharma series on Covid-19 vaccines and vaccine mandates. This past weekend it posted Part 4. The video has already had millions of views across multiple websites on the Internet. October 4th Project Veritas released a video in its Covid-19 vaccine investigative series. That ...

Endo endgame? Pharma trouble, employment hit stock averages

WASHINGTON, May 6, 2016 – Sell in May syndrome seems to be in full effect in Friday trading action. All major averages are modestly down as of the noon hour today, but the damage generally occurring in the utility and pharmaceutical sectors is major, driven today, apparently, by gloomy numbers from Dublin, Ireland headquartered Endo ...

Pfizer and Allergan. Perfect together? Or just a tax inversion?

WASHINGTON, Dec. 3, 2015 — U.S. drug manufacturer Pfizer recently announced it has agreed to purchase Irish drug maker Allergan. This will make Pfizer the world’s largest pharmaceutical company. While executives of Pfizer explain that the deal makes good business sense, many analysts believe the move is just intended to reduce U.S. taxes paid by ...

Pfizer [PFE] to acquire Allergan [AGN] as oil catches a bid

WASHINGTON, November 23, 2015 – First of all, last week’s heavily rumored pharmaceutical-health sector deal of the century has officially come together this Monday morning. Drug industry giant Pfizer (symbol: PFE) has just announced a deal to acquire another of the industry’s heavy hitters, Allergan (AGN) for a whopping $363.63 per AGN share. That would ...

Blah market, but blockbuster bank and pharma mergers on tap?

WASHINGTON, October 29, 2015 – Takeover fever is in the news today once again, although the market in general doesn’t seem much impressed. The Dow, the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ are continuing to get hit Thursday as we near the 1 p.m. hour EDT, with utilities suffering in particular. Yet the urge to merge ...

Stocks take a long winter’s snooze on the upside

WASHINGTON, January 8, 2015 – Wall Street is having a very nice yet somehow boring day Thursday, with averages sharply up, oil still under $48 bbl. for West Texas Intermediate futures, gold off a bit, and pretty much everything nicely up including some battered oil and gas stocks. Maybe that long-awaited 2015 Deep Freeze is ...