These 3 big drug stocks offer attractive yields and relative safety heading into the more challenging summer months.
The Affordable Care Act implies a major reform in the public and private health insurance industry, which should increase demand for drugs and diagnostic equipment.
The biotech has brighter prospects than its valuation suggests.
The company faces a revenue loss as one of its blockbuster drugs, Singulair, loses patent protection this year.
The already-healthy dividend from the energy company could get an increase with the acquisition of El Paso.
Goldman upgrades Eastman Chemical and downgrades Vertex Pharmaceuticals.
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