Maybe funds started adding that day, but the first day it replaced the other company on the index officially was Oct 7. There's a link on yahoo finance but they won't let me post it
TJ you need a disposition pill. You need to learn to be nicer to people. Didn't your mother tell you you get further with sugar and salt. Lot's of BS spread out today on wishing others happy this, happy that, and or be safe this and be safe that, be thankful for....... bla bla bla. 250 years ago the white Europeans were savages and stole the now USA from others. Maddi & Mrturd says this is something to be thankful for, Really. Your ancestors were thieves and thugs and your proud of that, really?
i disagree with you as, the 7th was the first day of trading for incyte in the Naz 100, If you look at the after hours trades on the 6th it indicates all the indexes were purchasing the shares at the close........closing at 112 plus...... you should go look as you are wrong....so again incyte went no where as the naz went up nearly 350 points
Jacosa; Thank you for taking time to screen through abstracts and posting opinions on MB...I am sure many of your followers are very thankful.... Have a good Thanksgiving....to all
Amen to that! We have a core good group on this MB, the IDIOTS are on ignore. HAPPY THANKSGIVING, and stay safe in this crazy world. In light of the Holiday no Politics!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Too many of them for one sit-down. Got about 1/3 through. Some notable ones: #858...Ruxo may be useful in treating graft-vs-host disease [potentially HUGE]; #2799...registry study confirming COMFORT extensions; #2817...exploring ruxo use in those starting with low platelets [can be done with care]; #1604...anemias developing in response to ruxo treatment have little prognostic significance; #2104...Ruxo is not significantly less effective than transplant in extending MF survival [wow!]; #4065...an unexpected way ruxo extends MPN survival; #2048...Ruxo is worth trying for sickle cell and thalassemia [potentially big in the future; these are common but rarely treated with big-$$ drugs].
Lots of combination trials including ruxo, some interesting.