Months of share price declines made 2022 a year to forget for many, but large-caps staged a big recovery in the fourth quarter.
Lilly, Daiichi and Vertex are on track to be 2022’s best performing stocks, as the Covid crash continues.
With most glimmers of hope extinguished in the third quarter, 2022 is shaping up to be an annus horribilis for sector share prices.
The nightmare on the public markets is not confined to the bigger groups.
The worst half-year period for a decade leaves the biggest medical device companies half a trillion dollars poorer.
A look for winners and losers finds a sector laid low by poor sentiment and Covid fatigue, with Lantheus, Vertex and Jazz providing a few bright spots.
Second-quarter share price movements give another glimpse of the dire state of the markets, but there might be reasons for optimism.
Amid a difficult start to the year for the drug development sector, Abbvie, Bayer, Ipsen and Lantheus stand out as stock market gainers.
A look at stock performances over the first quarter of 2022 shows the extent to which investors have backed away from high-risk drug development.