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Previous Close142.49
Bid142.80 x 800
Ask143.11 x 800
Day's Range141.43 - 142.87
52 Week Range109.16 - 157.00
Avg. Volume7,957,336
Market Cap375.337B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.70
PE Ratio (TTM)22.22
EPS (TTM)6.41
Earnings DateJul 16, 2020
Forward Dividend & Yield4.04 (2.84%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 22, 2020
1y Target Est164.24
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    Biotech stocks advanced in the week ended July 10 amid mixed news flow emerging out of the sector.FDA approved a few drugs, including Endo International PLC's (NASDAQ: ENDP) cellulite treatment, while Merck & Co., Inc. (NYSE: MRK)-Eisai Co., Ltd's (OTC: ESALY) combo therapy was rejected by the FDA as a first-line treatment option for liver cancer.Unum Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ: UMRX) was the biggest gainer for the week, with the shares reacting to an acquisition and fund buying. In major COVID-19 updates, Novavax, Inc. (NASDAQ: NVAX) announced $1.6 billion federal funding for its coronavirus vaccine program.The week also saw three biotechs testing the IPO waters. The three issues raised a combined $583.7 million from the offerings.View more earnings on IBBHere are the key catalysts for the unfolding week.Conferences Annual Biomarkers for Alzheimer's Disease Summit (digital event): July 15PDUFA Dates The FDA is set to rule on Verrica Pharmaceuticals Inc's (NASDAQ: VRCA) NDA for VP-102, a topical solution, being reviewed as a potential treatment option for molluscum contagiosum. Updating on the regulatory review, the company said in late June it received a letter from the FDA stating there are deficiencies that preclude discussion of labeling and post-marketing requirements/commitments at this time. The PDUFA date is set for Monday.Adcom Meetings FDA's Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee will discuss GlaxoSmithKline plc's (NYSE: GSK) biologic license application for belantamab mafodotin for the treatment of adults with relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma who have received at least four prior therapies including an anti-CD38 monoclonal antibody, a proteasome inhibitor, and an immunomodulatory agent. The drug linker technology for the product candidate was licensed from Seattle Genetics, Inc. (NASDAQ: SGEN). (Tuesday)The Cardiovascular and Renal Drugs Advisory Committee is scheduled to discuss Mallinckrodt PLC's (NYSE: MNK) new drug application for terlipressin, lyophilized powder for solution for injection, for the proposed indication of treatment of hepatorenal syndrome Type 1. (Wednesday)Related Link: Gilead's Remdesivir Data Shows Improved Clinical Recovery, Reduced Death RateClinical Readouts/Presentations Gritstone Oncology Inc (NASDAQ: GRTS) is scheduled to present data from the ongoing Phase 1 studies of its immunotherapy product candidates GRANITE and SLATE. The company also said it would discuss Phase 2 study plans. (Monday)INmune Bio Inc (NASDAQ: INMB) will report interim data from its Phase Ib clinical study of XPro1595 in Alzheimer's disease. (Tuesday)Cassava Sciences Inc (NASDAQ: SAVA) said its lead neuroscientist, Lindsay Burns will give a keynote presentation at the Biomarkers for Alzheimer's Disease Summit, with the presentation focusing on SavaDx, the company's investigational diagnostic to detect Alzheimer's disease with a simple blood test. (Wednesday)Earnings * Abbott Laboratories (NYSE: ABT) (Thursday, before the market open) * AngioDynamics, Inc. (NASDAQ: ANGO) (Thursday, before the market open) * Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) (Thursday, before the market open)IPOs Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Relay Therapeutics has filed with the SEC for offering 14.7 million shares to be priced between $16 and $18. Repare is a clinical-stage precision medicine company transforming the drug discovery process with an initial focus on enhancing small molecule therapeutic discovery in targeted oncology. The company has applied for listing its shares on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol RLAY.IPO Quiet Period Expirations * Repare Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ: RPTX) * Progenity Inc (NASDAQ: PROG) * Genetron Holdings Ltd - ADR (NASDAQ: GTH) * Forma Therapeutics Holdings Inc (NASDAQ: FMTX)See more from Benzinga * The Daily Biotech Pulse: Ziopharm Starts Blood Cancer Study, Allergan's Botox Gets Label Expansion, 3 IPOs * The Daily Biotech Pulse: FDA Nod For Osmotica, OptiNose Strikes Co-promotion Deal, Orphan Drug Designation For AnaptysBio * Intersect ENT Rips Higher On Medtronic M&A Rumor(C) 2020 Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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    The last piece of news from iBio (NYSEMKT:IBIO) was the June 26 press release letting investors know that IBIO stock had been added to the Russell 2000 and Russell 3000 indexes as part of FTSE Russell's annual reconstitution process. Source: Shutterstock The company's shareholders are undoubtedly hoping that its addition to the Russell 1000 isn't too far away. However, for now, this will have to do. Who's Betting on IBIO StockIn my last article about the company in late May, I wrote about the relationship between iBio and Lincoln Park Capital, a Chicago-based investment firm. To this day, I know very little about the organization. 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At this point of the conversation, you offer to sell me Florida swampland, because if I'm buying iBio based on something sounding weirdly similar to Lik-M-Aid, the candy I devoured as a kid, I deserve to be taken to the cleaners.Navellier's been writing about stocks a lot longer than I have, so I'm confident he's done his homework. However, I'm also convinced that I have no possible way of confirming whether this is a home run or foul ball behind home plate. A margin of safety is always in the back of my mind. If you told me that I could only invest in one vaccine candidate's stock, iBio would not be it. Probably not even in the top five. But, I'm also willing to admit that my understanding of biotechnology is only slightly better than my comfort discussing quantum physics. 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There are some big companies reporting, with these seven releases the key ones to watch: * PepsiCo (NASDAQ:PEP) * JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) * Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL) * Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) * Domino's Pizza (NYSE:DPZ) * Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) * Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) Earnings Reports to Watch: PepsiCo (PEP)Source: suriyachan / Earnings Report Date: Monday, July 13, before market openIt's the diversification of the business that makes PepsiCo earnings particularly interesting. Between the beverage and snack segments, PepsiCo has exposure across several major channels. On Monday, we should get an update on grocery demand as stay-at-home orders are lifted, and color on restaurant and takeout sales for the beverage business.But it's also a big report for PepsiCo stock itself, for one key reason: The stock hasn't moved. PEP has traded almost perfectly sideways, and in a tight range, since early April.That in turn makes the reaction to earnings interesting. Does any sort of news, even a soft quarter (analysts are expecting sales to decline almost 7%), drive the stock higher simply due to the fact that it clarifies the story? Or are expectations still too high, even for a stock moving sideways? The first key report of the week poses an interesting test for the market. JPMorgan Chase (JPM)Source: Roman Tiraspolsky / Earnings Report Date: Tuesday, July 14, before market openThe biggest earnings news next week will come from the big banks. Tuesday sees releases from JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) and Citigroup (NYSE:C). U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB) follows on Wednesday, with Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) reporting the following day.For the group as a whole, the question is if earnings can re-inspire confidence. JPMorgan probably needs to lead the way, given a long history of earnings beats and its status as the most valuable of the big banks.But with interest rates back at zero and concerns about defaults in consumer and business loans, the big banks simply need to convince investors that the current crisis is manageable. If they do so, there's room for a rally in a group whose shares generally are down at least one-third so far this year.And, of course, confidence from big banks could echo across the market. Investors have bid up stocks even with the threat of a mid-term recession looming. If that threat seems less likely amid positive commentary from the largest financial institutions, there could be more room for the market as a whole to run. Delta Air Lines (DAL)Source: Markus Mainka / Earnings Report Date: Tuesday, July 14, before market openThe travel industry desperately needs some good news. Rising pandemic fears have led the sector to pull back in recent weeks. The U.S. Global Jets ETF (NYSEARCA:JETS) at one point had doubled from its lows, but has declined about one-third from early June highs.We'll see if Delta can deliver that good news. Personally, I'm skeptical. Despite being optimistic toward the industry at the beginning of the year, I still see pain ahead for airlines. Leverage in the business and on the balance sheet suggests share prices can keep falling. Travel demand, particularly on the business side, isn't returning any time soon.Still, it's possible Delta can change the mind of skeptics like myself. Expectations certainly are at rock-bottom. Any positive commentary from management likely would make headlines. I don't believe Delta is going to post much of a surprise on Tuesday, but if it does, it will be more than just DAL stock that rises as a result. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)Source: Alexander Tolstykh / Earnings Report Date: Thursday, July 16, before market openJohnson & Johnson delivers one of two big healthcare earnings releases, with UnitedHealth (NYSE:UNH) reporting on Wednesday.For J&J, the release is an opportunity to stem a fading share price. JNJ stock actually touched an all-time high in late April after snapping back from March declines. Since then, the stock has given back about 9%.A solid report could be enough to keep a recent bounce going. But as with PEP, the market's reaction to the report will be interesting.It would seem like a defensive business would be catching a bid in such a time of uncertainty, yet JNJ shares are sliding. If investors see that slide as an opportunity after earnings, it should bode well for companies like Procter & Gamble (NYSE:PG) and Merck (NYSE:MRK) when they report in coming weeks. Domino's Pizza (DPZ)Source: Ken Wolter / Earnings Report Date: Thursday, July 16, before market openSecond-quarter earnings from Domino's should be more important than Domino's $15 billion market capitalization might suggest. Particularly in concert with results from Pepsi, we'll get a better picture of how consumers have reacted in the last few weeks.For Domino's, too, this is a big report. Shares have run into resistance repeatedly in recent months, albeit at all-time highs. With the stock trading at 31x forward earnings, profits are going to have to come in well above expectations for DPZ stock to break out. Netflix (NFLX)Source: Riccosta / Earnings Report Date: Thursday, July 16, after market closeInvestors who believe the rally in tech needs to cool off may get some confirmation from Netflix earnings on Thursday afternoon. Netflix incredibly has a market capitalization that now dwarfs that of Disney (NYSE:DIS). The stock trades at 60x next year's consensus earnings estimates, and free cash flow multiples are even higher.To be sure, NFLX stock is a pandemic winner. But at some point, that tailwind has to be priced in. With shares up 57% already in 2020, Netflix has added over $80 billion in market value this year. It's fair to wonder if the rally has to run out of steam at some point.Meanwhile, expectations are going to be high, particularly on the subscriber front. With literally billions of people stuck at home, Netflix had an unprecedented opportunity to pick up subscribers.If Netflix was able to capitalize on that opportunity, and NFLX stock still rallies after earnings, that bodes well for other dearly valued names as earnings season rolls on. Anything less, however, and NFLX stock could have a long way to fall -- while providing some ammunition for market skeptics on its way down. Ericsson (ERIC)Source: rafapress / Earnings Report Date: Friday, July 17, before market openInvestors won't be the only ones listening to commentary from Ericsson on Friday morning. The Swedish telecommunications manufacturer is embroiled in world geopolitics. The U.S. government reportedly is looking to back Ericsson and Finnish rival Nokia (NYSE:NOK) as they compete against China's Huawei.It would seem unlikely that Ericsson management will have much to say about the political situation on Friday. But its commentary about the 5G rollout amidst the pandemic will be closely watched by investors across the space.After all, it's possible the pandemic could accelerate 5G demand as data usage increases. But governments and telecommunications providers may also pause their plans as they deal with the economic impact of the current crisis.Investors in stocks like Nokia, Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO) and Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) thus will be listening closely to Ericsson's commentary on Friday. I'd expect the news will be good, as I remain bullish on ERIC stock. But the question might be whether the news is good enough to move other stocks as well.After spending time at a retail brokerage, Vince Martin has covered the financial industry for close to a decade for and other outlets. As of this writing, he has no positions in any securities mentioned. More From InvestorPlace * Why Everyone Is Investing in 5G All WRONG * America's 1 Stock Picker Reveals His Next 1,000% Winner * Revolutionary Tech Behind 5G Rollout Is Being Pioneered By This 1 Company * Radical New Battery Could Dismantle Oil Markets The post 7 Earnings Reports to Watch Next Week appeared first on InvestorPlace.

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  • Nonprofits urge Johnson & Johnson to halt sales of Baby Powder globally

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