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Gilead Sciences is loved, Amgen is hated and new drug launches will continue to struggle, say Wall Street's biotech investing pros.
Analyst Keith Horowitz cuts his price target but reiterates his 'buy' rating.
AMR now trades over the counter under the symbol AAMRQ.
Veteran analyst Nigel Coe restarts industrials coverage for Morgan Stanley.
Here are today's top research calls.
Electric utilities that rely on nuclear-power generation are poised for fast growth.
Dendreon surprises with better-than-expected sales of its prostate cancer therapy Provenge in the December quarter. >To submit a news tip, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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