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Pharma-082217.jpg Today's Daily Dose brings you news about European approval of Alexion's Soliris for an additional indication; Alkermes' New Drug Application for a major depressive disorder drug; Astellas' MORPHO trial progress; Axovant's move to NASDAQ from the Big Board; Cardiome's disappointing update related to its antiarrhythmic drug and FDA approval of Ironwood's gout drug.

Aug21-082117.jpg The following are some of the biotech stocks that made their way onto the Day's Gainers & Losers' list of August 22, 2017.

Canadian stocks were flat Monday as the loonie continued to strengthen on despite downbeat economic data. Canada's wholesale sales declined 0.5% to $61.4 billion in June following eight consecutive monthly increases. Declines were recorded in five of seven subsectors, led by the food, beverage and...

The Canadian stock market is down slightly in early trade Monday. The bulk of the Canadian sectors are trading in the red this morning, but the strong performance of the gold stocks is helping to limit the downside. Gold remains strong due to its safe haven appeal, as geopolitical concerns and worries...

The U.S. dollar traded lower against its key counterparts in the European session on Monday, as the dismissal of chief strategist Steve Bannon from the Trump team escalated worries about the President's ability to push through his economic agenda. Trump fired Bannon on Friday, becoming the latest...

Canadian stocks were poised for a quiet session Monday, with stable commodity prices helping alleviate anxiety about the global economy. Bay Street has been in a dour mood of late, taking a cue from U.S. stocks which suffered their worst two weeks of the year. Crude oil futures were slightly higher...

Following the release of Canada wholesale sales for June at 8:30 am ET Monday, the loonie changed little against its major opponents. The loonie was trading at 1.2587 against the greenback, 86.58 against the yen, 1.4806 against the euro and 0.9983 against the aussie around 8:30 am ET.

Statistics Canada releases Canada wholesale sales for June at 8:30 am ET Monday. The sales rose 0.9 percent in May. Ahead of the data, the loonie traded mixed against its major opponents. While the loonie dropped against the euro and the aussie, it rose against the greenback. Against the yen, the...

DaveAndBusters-082117.jpg Shares of Dave & Buster's Entertainment Inc. (PLAY) are 18% down from their 52-week intraday high of $73.48 recorded on June 8, 2017.

The Canadian dollar weakened against its most major opponents in early European deals on Monday, as the ouster of White House chief strategist Steve Bannon by U.S. President Donald Trump and the start of joint military drills by the U.S. and South Korea sapped investor appetite for riskier assets. Bannon...

The Canadian dollar slipped against its most major opponents in early European deals on Monday. The loonie bounced off to 1.2607 against the greenback and 1.4800 against the euro, from its early highs of 1.2561 and 1.4765,respectively. The loonie that closed Friday's trading at 86.76 against the...

The Japanese yen strengthened against other major currencies in the pre-European session on Monday. This was caused by most Asian stocks trading lower as investors digested the ouster of White House chief strategist Steve Bannon by U.S. President Donald Trump. Also, the start of joint military drills...

The Japanese yen strengthened against other major currencies in the pre-European session on Monday. The yen rose to a 6-day high of 112.91 against the Swiss franc, from an early low of 113.34. Against the euro and the pound, the yen advanced to 128.09 and 140.33 from early lows of 128.61 and...

The Brazilian government will request that the World Trade Organization's (WTO) Dispute Settlement Body to set up a panel to discuss the case against Canada related to subsidies given by the North American country to the aviation sector, benefiting Bombardier's C-Series program, which competes with Brazil's...

Canadian stocks tumbled Friday amid indications a rate hike from the Bank of Canada is in the cards. Headline inflation rate rose to 1.2 percent from June's 20-month low of 1.0 per cent, matching analysts' expectations, and core inflation stripping out energy prices were also higher, Statistics Canada...

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