The leader in the treatment of HIV/AIDS can also own the hepatitis C market.
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Stocks are higher on the first day of trading for the month, quarter, and second half of the year, following manufacturing data from around the globe.
Can't companies see the positive transformation these deals bring? What are these putative buyers scared of?
A better than expected manufacturing reading in Europe offsets a lackluster Chinese reading as investors await US figures next.
Look to areas like biotech and financials for growth right now.
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