healthcare

24/7 Wall St. has tracked some health care companies with prospects at crafting a vaccine to deal with this novel coronavirus and where they stand now.
Chris Lange
Dynavax Technologies shares made a handy gain on Thursday after the company announced that it would be entering the coronavirus vaccine business. Is the market for these vaccines getting...
Chris Lange
If Amazon starts to shut down, piece by piece, one of America's lifelines for people and businesses will begin to disappear.
Douglas A. McIntyre
The March 13 short interest data has been compared with the previous report, and short interest moves in these selected biotech stocks were mixed.
Chris Lange
A consortium of federal agencies, research universities, and private industry is offering researchers looking at stopping the coronavirus pandemic access to the most powerful supercomputers in the...
Paul Ausick
24/7 Wall St. has tracked some health care companies with prospects at crafting a vaccine, treatment or test to deal with this coronavirus and here is where their stocks stand now.
Chris Lange
GenMark Diagnostics stock has really not made any of the zany exponential gains that have been seen in other coronavirus-related stocks.
Jon C. Ogg
Aytu BioScience was largely unknown until it announced that it had a test for COVID-19. Since then, it has seen a meteoric rise in its common stock price. Does the future look bright?
Chris Lange
Private and public hospitals need thousands of medical professionals in their frontline fight to care for the surging number of coronavirus infected patients. Where are military medical personnel...
Douglas A. McIntyre
24/7 Wall St. has tracked some health care companies with prospects at crafting a vaccine, treatment or test to deal with this novel coronavirus. Here's how they fared as the week wound down.
Chris Lange
GenMark Diagnostics stock shot up on Friday after the company announced that the FDA has issued an Emergency Use Authorization for the company’s ePlex SARS-CoV-2 test.
Chris Lange
Virtually every job in the U.S. leisure and hospitality industry is at risk of being lost at least temporarily as more states order people to stay home.
Paul Ausick
Before the coronavirus pandemic is stopped, 25 million more people around the world could become unemployed and up to 35 million could join the ranks of the working poor.
Paul Ausick
New cases of COVID-19 jumped by more than 1,200 in one day and some 9 million Americans who work in the leisure and hospitality industry face temporary (or worse) layoffs due to the pandemic.
Paul Ausick
Amarin has been right in the middle of this recent market sell-off, and while shares have been halved, the stock could be poised for a strong recovery. All the pieces seem to be there.
Chris Lange