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borisjohnson covid 032720 Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for coronavirus with mild symptoms. The news was revealed by Johnson himself on Twitter on Friday. "I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government's response via video-conference as we fight this virus," he tweeted. BBC quoted No. 10 as saying that if the Prime Minister couldn't work, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab w

stockmarkets aug16 27mar20 European stocks fell on profit taking Friday as fears of a deep global recession overshadowed optimism about more stimulus measures by global central banks and governments. Virus anxiety deepened as the U.S. surpassed China and Italy with at least 82,100 reported coronavirus cases. There are now...

asian market down 27mar20 European stocks may open lower on Friday as the number of coronavirus cases worldwide topped a half-million and deaths climbed past 24,000. The United States overtook China and Italy to become the epicenter of the outbreak. As the nationwide lockdown shows the first small signs of payoff, Italian...

biotech march27 Today's Daily Dose brings you news about BioSig Technologies' foray into COVID-19 drug development, FDA approval of Bristol-Myers' multiple sclerosis drug, delay in FDA panel review of Intercept Pharma's NASH drug candidate, and positive results of VBL Therapeutics' ovarian cancer trial.

coronavirus march26 Coronavirus is raging at an alarming speed in the United States with the death toll surpassing 1,000, and nearly 70,000 people infected with the virus. There are warnings that the country's health system could collapse under a wave of patients. COVID-19 has spread to every state in the country. The country is just behind Italy and China in the number of confirmed cases, with more than 68,500 peo

bankofengland march19 26mar20 Policymakers of the Bank of England unanimously decided to hold the interest rate at a record low and asset purchase programme and signaled further easing if required. The bank also noted risk of longer-term damage to the economy from the coronavirus, or covid-19 outbreak. At the regular policy meeting, the Monetary Policy Committee governed by Andrew Bailey decided to maintain the interest rate.

stockmarkets aug16 26mar20 European stocks fell on Thursday as lingering worries about a global recession prompted traders to book some profits after sharp gains in the previous two sessions. Also, weak data from Germany and the U.K. overshadowed optimism from a historic $2 trillion U.S. fiscal stimulus deal. German consumer...

stockmarkets aug20 26mar20 European stocks may drift lower at open on Thursday as investors look past stimulus packages to focus on economic fallout from the novel coronavirus pandemic. The death toll in the United States topped 1,000 on Wednesday night, according to Johns Hopkins University. The U.S. has the third-highest...

pharma 050517 26mar20 Today's Daily Dose brings you news about Immutep's breast cancer trial results, ProQR Therapeutics' near-term catalyst, Eloxx Pharma pausing patient enrolment in its cystic fibrosis trial due to COVID-19 pandemic, Jazz Pharma's regulatory catalyst and Gilead seeking to revoke the coveted status for potential COVID-19 drug.

prince charles covid19 032520 Prince Charles has tested positive for Coronavirus. The Clarence House has announced that the 71-year-old Prince of Wales is experiencing mild symptoms of the disease "but otherwise remains in good health." His wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall who is a year elder to Charles, is not infected. Both of them are now self-isolating at Balmoral. A spokeman was quoted as saying Prince Charles, wh

corona march25 President Donald Trump has said that he hopes the United States will shake off coronavirus by Easter, terming it as "a beautiful timeline." Addressing a White House news conference Tuesday, he warned that if the country continues to lock down without business, it could suffer "a massive recession or depression." "You're going to have suicides by the thousands. You're going to have instability,"

uk aug15 25mar20 UK consumer price inflation slowed in February driven by motor fuels and computer games and output price inflation reached its lowest since mid-2016, data from the Office for National Statistics showed Wednesday. Consumer prices advanced 1.7 percent from last year, as expected, slower than the 1.8 percent gain in January. This was also below the central bank's 2 percent target.

stockmarkets dec12 25mar20 European shares rose further on Wednesday after posting their biggest one-day gain since late 2008 the previous day. Investor sentiment was boosted after U.S. lawmakers and the Trump administration reached an agreement on a sweeping $2tn stimulus package designed to curb the economic fallout of the...

U.K. stocks rallied on Wednesday to extend gains from the previous session after U.S. lawmakers and the Trump administration reached an agreement on a sweeping $2tn stimulus package designed to curb the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. The benchmark FTSE 100 was up 225 points, or 4.1...

walmartpharmacy jun04 25mar20 Today's Daily Dose brings you news about CytomX Therapeutics' collaboration with Astellas Pharma to develop cancer therapies, IMAC Holdings' launch of telehealth option in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ampio suspending patient enrollment in its phase III knee osteoarthritis trial as a result of the challenges faced due to the coronavirus outbreak, and scPharmaceuticals' upcoming catalyst.

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