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Blackstone agreed to buy all of Dream Global REIT's subsidiaries and assets in an all-cash transaction valued at C$6.2 billion. On closing of the Transaction, Dream Global unitholders will receive cash consideration of C$16.79 per Dream Global unit. The cash consideration of C$16.79 per Unit represented...

biotechipo-sept13.jpg Mountain View, California-based IGM Biosciences is a biotechnology company developing engineered IgM antibodies for the treatment of cancer patients. Immunoglobulin M (IgM) is a class of antibody naturally produced by the human immune system.

pharma-062617_14sep19.jpg The week ending September 14, 2019, witnessed a string of disappointments on the Alzheimer's drug development front. Now, here are some of the pharma/biotech stocks to watch out for in the week starting September 15.

The Canadian stock market hit a new all-time high Friday morning, but pared most of its gains as the session progressed before closing modestly higher, with some key shares from financial and energy sections holding firm.

The Canadian stock market opened on a firm note Friday morning and the benchmark S&P/TSX Composite Index hit a fresh all-time high, as the mood remained upbeat amid easing worries about U.S.-China trade dispute and the European Central Bank's stimulus package that aims to revive growth in the euro area.

tea-sept13.jpg A recent study conducted by researchers from the National University of Singapore and collaborators from the University of Essex and the University of Cambridge suggests that drinking tea regularly improves brain health.

The U.S. dollar moved off from its early lows against its most major opponents in the European session on Friday, as U.S. retail sales climbed more than expected in August driven by a jump in auto sales. Data from the Commerce Department showed that retail sales rose by 0.4 percent in August after...

Canadian shares appear set to open on a positive note on Friday, tracking cues from global markets, where stocks gained in strength thanks to the European Central Bank's stimulus package and easing worries about U.S.-China trade dispute.

The Canadian dollar declined against its major counterparts in the Asian session on Friday, as oil prices dropped on concerns about global growth and slowing demand. Crude for October delivery fell $0.12 to $54.97 per barrel. OPEC meeting on Thursday failed to consider deeper supply cuts, but agreed...

pharmadown-sept12.jpg The following are some of the healthcare stocks that posted the biggest percentage decline on Thursday.

ecigerette-sept13.jpg A recent study done by the researchers at the University of Utah Health has revealed the presence of large immune cells containing numerous oily droplets, called lipid-laden macrophages, within the lungs of people using E-cigarettes

pharmaup-sept12.jpg The following are some of today's top gainers in the pharma/biotech sector.

The Canadian stock market ended higher on Thursday, extending gains to a third successive session, as investors continued to stay optimistic about some positive developments on the U.S.-China trade front.

After a positive start and a subsequent fall from higher levels, the Canadian market rebounded Thursday morning, thanks to some strong buying in materials and information technology stocks.

The euro trimmed its ECB-induced decline in the New York session on Thursday, as the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi's tool kit failed to inspire market participants, who were expecting much more stimulus measures before his departure. In his press conference in Frankfurt, Draghi said...

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