Biopharma's stock market winners of 2022 revealed
Pipeline performers including Lilly, Daiichi and Sarepta topped the stock market gainers last year, as the Covid trade was thoroughly unwound.
Cancer “vaccines” enter the neoantigen stage
Attempts to raise a personalised immune response against neoantigens have attracted big pharma interest, most recently from Merck & Co.
Few safe havens surface in another down quarter for biopharma
Lilly, Daiichi and Vertex are on track to be 2022’s best performing stocks, as the Covid crash continues.
Few biopharma risers stand out at the half year
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.
Opportunities arise for once-spurned partners
Following the Pfizer-Biohaven blueprint, could other licensing deals turn into buyouts?
Another step backwards for Valneva
The group’s Covid vaccine, as well as Sanofi and Glaxosmithkline’s jab, might not reach Europe for some time.
Global pharma stocks struggle in the third quarter
A strong performance from a handful of large drug developers could not rescue the sector from a weak three months on the stock market.
No let-up in Covid-19 vaccine trials
A project from SK Bioscience and Glaxo started phase 3 this week, but it is far from the only late-stage candidate.
Sanofi Translates its mRNA interest into big bucks
Sanofi’s $3.2bn move for Translate Bio leaves Arcturus as one of the few affordable independent mRNA players.