Vir Biotechnology Inc
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Sorry guys going to cut out early as I got hit with a cold recently out of nowhere, happy hunting to all, take profits on VIR, KMX, and PAYX where your comfortable I will be swinging each
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VIR has also fallen below trigger
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UK Market Snapshot Finished in the red yesterday, after data showed that UK inflation surged in November to its highest level in more than a decade. Cineworld Group sank 39.4%, after the company was ordered to pay Cineplex CAD1.28 billion in damages, after cancelling a planned takeover. Currys declined 9.3%, after the company reported a decline in its sales for the first half of the year. International Consolidated Airlines Group dropped 5.1%, after the company announced that it was in talks to cancel the acquisition of Air Europa from Spain’s Globalia. On the flipside, DCC climbed 9.0%, after the sales and marketing company purchased the US sales and distribution business, Almo, for around $610.0 million. Playtech rose 2.1%, amid reports that Caliente Interactive, in which it owns a 49% stake, was in talks about a $2.5 billion merger with Tekkorp Digital. The FTSE 100 declined 0.7%, to close at 7,170.8, while the FTSE 250 fell 0.5%, to end at 22,433.9. European Market Finished higher yesterday, amid gains in technology and healthcare sector stocks. Assicurazioni Generali rose 0.3%. The insurance company announced that it would return up to €6.1 billion to shareholders by 2024 in dividends and with its first buyback in 15 years. On the contrary, Etablissementen Franz Colruyt declined 9.4%, after the company posted a drop in its third quarter profit. Industria de Diseno Textil eased 5.2%. The fashion retailer reported an increase in its third quarter profit and sales. H&M Hennes & Mauritz dropped 2.8%, even though the company reported a rise in its sales in the fourth quarter. Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken fell 2.2%, after the company announced that it had been hit with a €511 million tax demand from Germany. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.2%, to settle at 1,826.8. The German DAX Xetra rose 0.1%, to settle at 15,476.4, while the French CAC-40 added 0.5%, to close at 6,927.6. US Market Closed higher yesterday, after the US Federal Reserve (Fed) announced plans to battle rising inflation. CMC Materials skyrocketed 33.9%, after the advanced materials supplier agreed to be acquired by Entegris in a cash-and-stock deal worth $6.5 billion. Vir Biotechnology jumped 12.1%, after the drugmaker announced that further data showed that its Covid-19 antibody therapy developed with GlaxoSmithKline was effective against the omicron variant. Eli Lilly climbed 10.4%, after the company raised its annual profit and revenue outlook. Six Flags Entertainment advanced 3.7%, following a rating upgrade on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Neutral’. Meanwhile, R.R. Donnelley & Sons dropped 2.8%. The company announced that it has accepted the takeover offer by Chatham Asset Management of around $897 million. The S&P 500 gained 1.6%, to settle at 4,709.9. The DJIA rose 1.1%, to settle at 35,927.4, while the NASDAQ added 2.2%, to close at 15,565.6. Asian Market Trading mostly higher this morning. In Japan, Tokai Carbon and Olympus have added 3.6% and 3.9%, respectively. Meanwhile, Mitsui Chemicals and Japan Post Holdings have fallen 0.3% and 0.4%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Tencent Holdings and WH Group have dropped 1.4% and 1.9%, respectively. Meanwhile, Longfor Group Holdings and CNOOC have risen 0.9% and 1.3%, respectively. In South Korea, Kumho Electric and PaperCorea have climbed 7.7% and 8.6%, respectively. Meanwhile, BK Tops and Dynamic Design have declined 4.4% and 5.3%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 1.8% higher at 28,967.0. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.8% down at 23,231.5, while the Kospi index is trading 0.1% higher at 2,992.2.
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**@CNBC:** Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: Toyota, Vir Biotechnology, Eli Lilly and others https://t.co/UH9O3WXw9w https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1471100966418145281
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UK Market Finishing in the green yesterday, amid gains in mining sector stocks and positive earnings outlook. Ferguson climbed 5.9%, after the company lifted its annual outlook. Rio Tinto advanced 4.8%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Hold’ from ‘Sell’. Ashtead Group added 3.9%, after the company raised its full year profit forecast and increased its dividend payout. PageGroup edged up 3.8%, as the company increased its profit targets for the third time in six months. British American Tobacco rose 1.0%, after the company reiterated its annual profit and sales guidance. On the other hand, AstraZeneca dropped 1.7%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Hold’ from ‘Buy’. Babcock International Group fell 1.0%, even though the company reported a rise in its interim profits. The FTSE 100 advanced 1.5%, to close at 7,339.9, while the FTSE 250 rose 1.6%, to end at 23,238.2. European Market We’re higher yesterday, amid easing worries about the impact of the Omicron variant on global economic recovery. Nordex climbed 6.0%, after the company received a 47MW turbine order for a wind project in Sweden from WPD. WorldLine advanced 2.3%, following news that Eurobank agreed to sell 80% of its merchant acquiring business to the payments firm. Symrise added 1.7%, after the supplier of fragrances, flavors, food, nutrition and cosmetic ingredients announced that it has signed a deal for purchasing Giraffe Foods Inc. based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. ABB rose 1.3%, after the engineering company raised its sales and profitability targets, citing higher demand. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 2.4%, to settle at 1,862.3. The German DAX Xetra rose 2.8%, to settle at 15,813.9, while the French CAC-40 added 2.9%, to close at 7,065.4. US Market Also closed higher yesterday, amid gains in technology sector stocks and as concerns over the Omicron variant eased. Acadia Pharmaceuticals jumped 9.9%, after the company announced positive results in a late-stage trial of its experimental drug for Rett Syndrome. Mimecast climbed 5.9%, after the cybersecurity company agreed to be acquired by Permira for a consideration of around $5.8 billion. Jack In The Box advanced 5.8%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Buy’ from ‘Hold’. GlaxoSmithKline rose 1.5%, after the company indicated that preclinical studies showed its antibody therapy for Covid-19, sotrovimab, developed in partnership with Vir Biotechnology is effective against the Omicron variant. American Airlines Group slid 0.2%, after the company’s Chief Executive Officer, Doug Parker, announced his resignation with effect from 31 March but would remain as Chairman. The S&P 500 gained 2.1%, to settle at 4,686.8. The DJIA rose 1.4%, to settle at 35,719.4, while the NASDAQ added 3%, to close at 15,686.9. Asian Markets We’re trading mostly higher this morning. In Japan, Nitto Denko and Nintendo have advanced 3.4% and 3.5%, respectively. Meanwhile, Taiheiyo Cement and Fujikura have fallen 1.7% and 1.9%, respectively. In Hong Kong, Hang Seng Bank and Alibaba Health Information Technology have dropped 1.0% and 1.5%, respectively. Meanwhile, Shenzhou International Group Holdings and Longfor Group Holdings have added 1.4% and 1.7%, respectively. In South Korea, Dongwon Systems and Dae Young Packaging climbed 7.0% and 8.3%, respectively. Meanwhile, SC Engineering and ISU Chemical have declined 3.6% and 3.7%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 1.4% higher at 28,866.4. The Hang Seng index is trading 0.1% down at 23,954.9, while the Kospi index is trading 0.9% higher at 3,018.6.
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By Peter Nurse Investing.com - European stock markets are expected to open marginally lower Wednesday, taking a breather after a sharp rally driven by hopes that the Omicron Covid-19 variant is a dud. At 2 AM ET (0700 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded 0.1% lower, CAC 40 futures in France dropped 0.1% and the FTSE 100 futures contract in the U.K. also fell 0.1%. Global stock markets rallied strongly on Tuesday as investors shook off some anxiety about the latest coronavirus variant, buoyed by reports that the new variant may produce a milder reaction in patients and thus could be less disruptive to the world economy than previous strains. A South African study suggested on Tuesday that booster doses produced by Pfizer (NYSE: PFE), and partner BioNTech (NASDAQ:BNTX), could help fend off infection from Omicron, although the study showed the new strain can partially evade protection from two doses. An earlier study showed that GlaxoSmithKline's (LON:GSK) antibody-based therapy, made in conjunction with Vir Biotechnology (NASDAQ:VIR), was effective against it. Still, whatever the news surrounding Omicron, the countries in Europe are still battling to stop a fourth wave of the pandemic, with Germany recording the highest number of deaths from Covid-19 since February on Wednesday. Elsewhere, investors will also be looking to see if tensions between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his U.S. counterpart Joe Biden are reduced after Tuesday’s video call, with the threat of new sanctions against Moscow lingering as Russia gathers troops near the Ukraine border. Wednesday also sees the end of an era in Germany as Olaf Scholz is sworn in as chancellor, replacing Angela Merkel. In corporate news, Nestle (SIX:NESN) will be in the spotlight after the world’s largest food company said late Tuesday it would cut its stake in L’Oreal (PA: OREP), selling shares worth 8.9 billion euros ($10 billion) back to the French cosmetics company. This holding has been under scrutiny for years, and Nestle has cut the weight of its holding for the first time in seven years. Crude prices edged lower Wednesday, consolidating after two days of strong gains, as investors reprice the threat posed to global oil demand by Omicron. Oil prices rebounded earlier this week from a collapse last week on rising optimism that the new variant will not cause major economic damage. U.S. crude oil supply data from the American Petroleum Institute showed a draw of just over 3 million barrels last week, and investors now await crude oil supply data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration later in the day for confirmation. By 2 AM ET, U.S. crude futures traded 0.8% lower at $71.50 a barrel, while the Brent contract fell 0.6% to $74.97. Both benchmarks posted gains of just under 5% on Monday and over 3% on Tuesday. Additionally, gold futures rose 0.2% to $1,788.80/oz, while EUR/USD traded 0.3% higher at 1.1294.
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missing VIR as I said the other day this still looks like a great swing will wait to see how hourly candle holds on VIR
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**@CNBC:** Cramer’s lightning round: Vir and GlaxoSmithKline 'may have something' that could fight omicron https://t.co/on48xGg5xg https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1466568047750258689
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`Investors` **@WSJmarkets:** Vir Biotechnology, Digital World Acquisition, Apple: What to Watch in the Stock Market Today https://t.co/ZbZ5qlAIjU https://twitter.com/WSJmarkets/status/1466380933536354310
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VIR now top rated play, will hold for the $55 level
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LCID, VIR, ADGI, ISPC top watches currently
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/*============================================= = MORNING UPDATE - Thursday 05/27/21 = =============================================*/ Futures Up/Down % Last Dow -9.00 0.03% 34,271 S&P 500 -8.25 0.20% 4,184 Nasdaq -54.50 0.40% 13,646 Stock futures are edging slightly lower ahead of a busy morning of economic data, as investors await monthly GDP (2nd estimate for Q1 with estimate about 6.4% – in-line with prior reading), jobless claims data, durable goods and pending home sales. The narrative remains the same day after day as the U.S. economy continues to show improvement/rebound from pandemic lows, which has raised concerns over rising inflation and fears the Fed could pull back on its asset purchases/monetary policy – but most official have said over the last week they don’t feel it will be necessary to change course since rising price pressures likely will just be transitory. Market fears remain non-existent again as the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) comes into the day below the 18 level (was above 27 just over a week ago). In Asian markets, The Nikkei Index fell -93 points to 28,549, the Shanghai Index rose 15 points to 3,608 and the Hang Seng Index fell -52 points to 29,113. In Europe, the German DAX is down over 40 points to 15,400, while the FTSE 100 is down a few points to 7,015. Stocks edged higher on Wednesday, with the SmallCap Russell 2000 index leading (up nearly 2%), and the tech heavy Nasdaq Composite, as markets were once again spurred by further reassuring talk from Federal Reserve officials that spiking inflation will be “transitory” with Treasury yields remaining lower. Fed Vice Chair Randal Quarles was the latest Fed official to ease worries about inflation. Outside of SmallCap and tech, momentum related sectors fueled the rally with social media “meme” stocks surging ($GME, $AMC, $EXPR, $KOSS), along with electric vehicle names and Bitcoin leveraged stocks. Events Calendar for Today 8:30 AM EST Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Q1 (2nd) …est. 6.5% 8:30 AM EST GDP Price Deflator Q1 (2nd) …est. 4.1% 8:30 AM EST GDP Consumer Spending for Q1 (2nd) 8:30 AM EST Core PCE Prices for Q1…est. 2.3% 8:30 AM EST PCE Prices Prelim for Q1 8:30 AM EST Weekly Jobless Claims…est. 425K 8:30 AM EST Continuing Claims…est. 3.68M 8:30 AM EST Durable Goods for April…est. 0.7% 8:30 AM EST Durable Goods Ex Transports for April…est. 0.8% 10:00 AM EST Pending Home Sales MoM for April…est. 0.8% 10:30 AM ET Weekly EIA Natural Gas Inventory Data 11:00 AM EST Kansas City Fed Manufacturing for May Earnings Calendar: Earnings Before the Open: $AMWD, $BBY, $BURL, $DG, $DLTR, $DXLG, $GCO, $HLNE, $MOV, $PLAN, $SAFM, $TITN Earnings After the Close: $ADSK, $BOX, $COST, $CRM, $DELL, $DOMO, $GPQ, $HPQ, $KRT, $LGF.A, $OLLI, $ULTA, $VEEV, $VMX, $YEXT Other Key Events: Goldman Sachs TechNet Conference Asia Pacific 2021 (virtual), 5/24-5/28 Microsoft Build Conference (virtual), 5/25-5/27 New Relic Future Stack Conference (virtual), 5/25-5/27 UBS Global Oil & Gas Conference (virtual), 5/25-5/27 Wolfe Research Transport & Industrials Conference (virtual), 5/25-5/27 Cowen Digital Dining Summit (virtual), 5/27 Market Closing Prices Yesterday The S&P 500 Index climbed 7.86 points, or 0.19%, to 4,195.99 The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 10.59 points, or 0.03%, to 34,323.05 The Nasdaq Composite jumped 80.82 points, or 0.59%, to 13,738.00 The Russell 2000 Index surged 43.52 points, or 1.97% to 2,249.27 Macro Up/Down Last Nymex -0.48 65.73 Brent -0.50 68.37 Gold -1.00 1,895.70 EUR/USD 0.0012 1.2204 JPY/USD 0.02 109.17 10-Year Note +0.012 1.586% Sector News Breakdown Consumer American Eagle ($AEO) 1Q adj EPS $0.48 vs. est. $0.46 on revs $1.03B vs. est. $1.02B, says digital momentum continued with revs +57% (Aerie +158%, AE +20%); total inventory +2% vs 2019 Cavaco Industries ($CVCO) Q4 EPS $2.71 vs. est. $1.92; Q4 revs $306.5M vs. est. $293.79M; home sales order rates improved 50% over last year’s quarter; backlogs increased $131M during the quarter; Designer Brands ($DBI) 1Q adj EPS $0.12 vs. est. ($0.18) on sales $703.2Mm vs. est. $651Mm, comps +52.2% Elf Beauty ($ELF) Q4 adj EPS $0.71 vs. est. $0.10; Q4 sales $92.7M vs .est. $82.4M; sees 2022 adj EPS 64c-67c vs. est. 71c and sees year revs $343M-$350M vs. est. $334.3M; Q4 Selling, general and administrative expenses rose 23% to $57.9M Modine Manufacturing ($MOD) Q4 adj EPS $1.14 vs. est. $0.27; Q4 sales $514.9M vs. est. $493M; sees full-year 2022 YoY sales up 12%-18% William-Sonoma ($WSM) Q1 adj EPS $2.93 vs. est. $1.83; Q1 revs $1.75B vs. est. $1.52B; Q1 comp brand revenue growth accelerated to 40.4%, with all brands accelerating sequentially including West Elm at 50.9%, Pottery Barn at 41.3%, Williams Sonoma at 35.3% and Pottery Barn Kids and Teen at 27.6%; raising fiscal year 2021 outlook to low double-digit to mid-teen net revenue growth; for long-term, planning for net rev growth of mid-to-high single digits & non-Gaap operating margin expansion Azek ($AZEK) 15M share Secondary priced at $43.50 Crocs Inc. ($CROX) will replace Cantel Medical Corp. ($CMD) in the S&P MidCap 400, and Organogenesis Holdings Inc. ($ORGO) will take Crocs’ spot in the S&P SmallCap 600 before trading opens on June 2, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices. Energy, Industrials and Materials Vertex Energy ($VTNR) surged after hours after agreeing to acquire the Mobile refinery in Alabama from Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) for $75M Ranpak Holdings ($PACK) 5M share Spot Secondary priced at $21.00 The Department of Homeland Security issued a new security directive for pipeline owners and operators on Thursday after a hack of the Colonial Pipeline disrupted fuel supplies in the southeastern United States for days this month Healthcare Change Healthcare ($CHNG) 4Q adj EPS $0.42 vs. est. $0.36 on revs $855.2Mm vs. est. $840.2Mm; says due to recently announced transaction with Optuminsight, will no longer by providing guidance Ironwood Pharmaceuticals ($IRWD) announces agreement with Teva (TEVA) involving Linzess® (linaclotide) 72 mcg dosage strength Myovant Sciences ($MYOV) and Pfizer ($PFE) receive FDA approval for Myfembree®, the first once-daily treatment for heavy menstrual bleeding associated with uterine fibroids Nextgen Healthcare ($NXGN) Q4 adj EPS 21c vs. est. 19c; Q4 revs $144.2M vs. est. $140.1M; sees FY22 adj EPS 89c-95c vs. est. 99c; sees FY22 revs $574M-$584M vs. est. $577.2M; Subscription services revenue in Q4 generated $38.2M, or 16% growth over the prior year period, driven by demand for patient experience-related solutions. Day One ($DAWN) 10M share IPO priced at $16.00 Oak Street Health ($OSH)05M share secondary priced at $62.00 Ocugen ($OCGN) says it is on track to submit emergency use authorization application (EUA) to U.S. FDA for its COVID-19 vaccine, Covaxin, in June; awaiting feedback from FDA after master file regarding vaccine was submitted in March R1 RCM ($RCM) 15M share secondary priced at $22.50 Singular Genomics Systems ($OMIC)2M share IPO priced at $22.00 VIR Biotech ($VIR) received FDA emergency use approval for its antibody treatment co-developed with Glaxo ($GSK) to treat mild-to-moderate COVID-19 in people aged 12 years and older Technology, Media & Telecom NVIDIA ($NVDA) Q1 non-Gaap EPS $3.66 vs. est. $3.28; Q1 revs $5.66B vs. est. $5.41B; qtrly data center revenue of $2.05B, up 79% from a year earlier; Q1gaming revenue of $2.76B, up 106% from a year earlier; sees Q2 revs expected to be $6.30B, plus or minus 2% vs. est. $5.5B; Q2 Gaap and non-Gaap gross margins are expected to be 64.6% and 66.5%, respectively, plus or minus 50 bps after Q1 margins 64.1% vs 65.1% YoY and Q1 non-Gaap gross margin 66.2% vs 65.8% YoY Disneyland ($DIS) to allow non-California guests starting on June 15; Disneyland extends reservation window to 120 days DXC Technology ($DXC) Q4 adj EPS 74c vs. est. 70c; Q4 revs $4.385B vs. est. $4.28B; Q4 bookings were $4.7B; sees FY22 adj EPS $3.45-$3.65 vs. est. $3.44; sees FY22 revenue $16.6B-$16.8B vs. est. $16.91B Nutanix ($NTNX) Q3 adj EPS loss (41c) vs. est. loss (49c); Q3 revs $344.5M vs. est. $334.45M; Q3 billings down 3.2% YoY to $371.1M; guides Q4 ACV billings $170M-$175M and Q4 adjusted gross margin roughly 81.5%-82% Okta Inc. ($OKTA) 1Q adj EPS ($0.10) vs. est. ($0.20) on revs $251Mm vs. est. $238.3Mm; guides 2Q adj EPS loss $0.35-0.36 vs. est. loss $0.11, sees 2Q revs $295-297Mm vs. est. $258.2Mm; guides FY adj EPS loss $1.13-1.16 vs. est. loss $0.44, sees FY revs $1.215-1.225B vs. est. $1.09B; says CFO stepping down June 1st, Brett Tighe (Treasurer) will be interim CFO Ooma Inc. ($OOMA) Q1 EPS $0.11c vs. est. $0.08; Q1 revs $45.6M vs. est. $44.31M; sees Q2 EPS 8c-10c vs. est. 6c; guides Q2 revs $46.0M-$46.8M vs. est. $45.12M; sees FY22 EPS 30c-38c vs. est. 29c; sees year revs $185M-$187M vs. est. $183.64M Pure Storage ($PSTG) Q1 adj EPS 0c vs. est. loss (6c); Q1 revs $412.7M vs. est. $403.91M; sees Q2 revs $470M vs. est. $455.85M; sees Q2 non-GAAP operating income $15M; Q1 Subscription services revenue $162.8 million, up 35% YoY; Q1 GAAP gross margin 68.3%; non-GAAP gross margin 70.5% QAD Inc. ($QADA) 1Q EPS $0.09 vs. est. $0.12 on revs $83Mm vs. est. $78.9Mm, subscription revs $36.7Mm; guides 2Q subscription revs $38.5Mm, maintenance revs $26zmm, sees 2Q op income $1Mm incl stock comp exp $5Mm; guides FY subscription revs $160Mm, maintenance revs $102Mm, op inc $12Mm incl stock comp exp $17Mm Snowflake ($SNOW) 1Q EPS ($0.70) vs. est. ($0.16) on revs $228.9Mm vs. est. $212.9Mm, qtr-end total customers were 4,532; guides 2Q product revs $235-240Mm vs. est. $251Mm; guides FY product revs $1.02-1.04B vs. est. $1.09B Workday ($WDAY) 1Q adj EPS $0.87 vs. est. $0.73 on revs $1.18B vs. est. $1.16B, qtrly subscription revs $1.03B +17%; guides 2Q subscription revs $1.095-1.097B; raises FY subscription revs guide to $4.425-$4.44B, raises FY adj op mgn guide to 18-19%; Zuora ($ZUO) 1Q adj EPS ($0.02) vs. est. ($0.04) on revs $80.3Mm vs. est. $79Mm; guides 2Q adj EPS loss $0.04-0.03 vs. est. loss $0.02, sees 2Q revs $82.5-84.5Mm vs. est. $81.8Mm; guides FY adj EPS loss $0.10-0.06 vs. est. loss $0.08, sees FY revs $337-339Mm vs. est. $336.3Mm FIGS ($FIGS)4M share IPO priced at $22.00 Thryv Holdings ($THRY)24M share Secondary priced at $23.50
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US Market US closed lower yesterday, led by losses in technology sector stocks. DoorDash declined 6.7%, after Tiger Global Management Fund purchased more than a million shares in the company in the fourth quarter. La-Z-Boy dropped 5.7%, after the company reported downbeat results in the third quarter. Choice Hotels International fell 3.6%, as the company’s fourth quarter earnings came in below analysts’ forecast. On the flipside, Vir Biotechnology jumped 18.8%, after the company announced that its Covid-19 antibody partnership with GlaxoSmithKline will be expanded to include research therapies for other diseases. Wells Fargo advanced 5.2%, amid reports that the US Federal Reserve (Fed) approved the lender’s plan to overhaul its risk management and governance operations. American International Group added 2.7%, after the firm reported better than expected revenue in the fourth quarter. SolarEdge Technologies rose 1.0%, after the company reported upbeat results in the fourth quarter.
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3,600 VIR 100 19 FEB 21 25 PUT @1.15 LMT Short interest increased by 21%
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Vir Biotechnology is a clinical-stage immunology company focused on combining immunologic insights with cutting-edge technologies to treat and prevent serious infectious diseases. Vir has assembled four technology platforms that are designed to stimulate and enhance the immune system by exploiting critical observations of natural immune processes. Its current development pipeline consists of product candidates targeting SARS-CoV-2, hepatitis B virus, influenza A, human immunodeficiency virus and tuberculosis.