BioNTech SE

NASDAQ: BNTX
$218.17
-$2.41 (-1.1%)
Closing price June 15, 2021
24/7 Wall St. looks at some big analyst calls that we have seen so far on Tuesday, including BioNTech, Denali Therapeutics, Exelixis, Foot Locker and Hostess Brands.
After a quiet Friday afternoon, March quarter earnings hit the ground running again before markets open Monday. More than 1,500 earnings reports are expected next week.
Here are five stocks that reported earnings in the past week and all posted better-than-expected numbers and investors rewarded them with higher share prices.
Two interesting earnings reports are due early next week. One is recent entry in the electric vehicle market and the other is a co-developer of a COVID-19 vaccine.
BioNTech was in the spotlight on Tuesday after it received a sizable price target hike from one key analyst.
COVID-19 stocks were on the move on Wednesday after a few huge updates in regards to vaccine approval.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included BioNTech, Charles Schwab, FedEx, First Solar, Micron Technologies, Nio, Occidental Petroleum, Salesforce.com, Square and Zoom Video...
Here is an update on the stocks of each major player in the COVID-19 arena, including brief trading histories and consensus price targets.
Shares of COVID-19 vaccine duo Pfizer and BioNTech made handy gains on Wednesday after they announced their late-stage coronavirus study had concluded.
Moderna reported a 95.4% effectiveness rate for its COVID-19 vaccine. This is the second vaccine to hit more than 90% efficacy in the past week.
Pfizer and BioNTech stocks both exploded on Monday after these companies provided an update on their coronavirus vaccine.
The novel coronavirus has wiped out trillions of dollars in global output with more than 1 million deaths worldwide in 2020. With cases rising rapidly in the United States and in Europe, more...
While other companies seem to be struggling with their coronavirus vaccines, Pfizer and BioNTech are just picking up speed. Pfizer’s CEO has provided an update on their COVID-19 vaccine.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Apple, BioNTech, Intel, Microsoft, Nio, Oracle, Peloton Interactive, Salesforce.com and Williams-Sonoma.
Many health care products become much more popular because of endorsements and advertising efforts. It is a longstanding practice that has come under fire by both political parties in the United...