Three Democratic lawmakers are trying to address “a structural problem with our tax code."
New Orleans Pelicans young star Zion Williamson will not participate in the Slam Dunk Contest, sources told Yahoo Sports on Tuesday.
As Donald Trump made false allegations about voting fraud and tried to overturn the will of the people in last year's election, one of his chief allies was conspicuously silent. The Honest Election Project, a leading advocate for more restrictive voting laws, stayed away from Trump's doomed effort. The suggestions range from ones that are likely to be embraced by Democrats and voting rights groups — allowing election offices to start processing mail ballots weeks before Election Day — to ones likely to spark fierce opposition, such as mandatory voter identification for both mail and in-person voting, and creation of a secure system that would link an absentee ballot to its voter.
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(Bloomberg) -- Viatris Inc., the new home to drug brands like Zoloft, Lipitor, and Viagra, is the worst-performing stock of the S&P 500 Index so far this year and analysts are urging investors to steer clear.JPMorgan analyst Chris Schott was the latest to downgrade Viatris’s shares on the lack of catalysts and an uncertain growth trajectory, warning clients that the EpiPen manufacturer’s need to pay off debt will limit its ability to accelerate its expansion over the coming years. Scott’s rating change comes after Wolfe Research analyst Akash Tewari reduced his recommendation last week.Shares of the recently formed drug company created when Mylan NV merged with Pfizer Inc.’s off-patent medication unit Upjohn, fell 2.9% to a five-month low Tuesday, for a fourth straight decline. A representative for Viatris wasn’t available for comment.The pharmaceutical company, based outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has dropped 24% this year, making it the worst performer in the S&P benchmark, just below risk-insights firm Verisk Analytics Inc. The stock’s rout compares to a 3% rise for the broader index while the health-care sector is flat for the year.Disappointing 2021 guidance in late February was followed by an analyst meeting that failed to impress investors. JPMorgan’s Schott said he expects shares to struggle until the company has shown several quarters of execution under its new vision.“These initiatives will take time to enact and the baseline earnings power of the company (laid out last week with 2021 guidance) is well below what we and the Street had anticipated,” Schott wrote in his note. “We leave yesterday’s investor day with lingering questions on Viatris’s longer-term outlook.”With JPMorgan’s downgrade, Viatris has more skeptics than fans on Wall Street: 10 analysts rate it a hold or equivalent and one has an outright sell, compared with nine buy ratings, data compiled by Bloomberg show. However, the average analyst price target of about $20 implies investors who stick with the company could reap a 38% reward over the coming year.On Friday, Wolfe Research’s Tewari downgraded Viatris to peerperform from outperform, saying the company doesn’t have a compelling growth profile.(Updates share movement throughout.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
While 2020 was a miserable year for a host of retailers, it was a stellar year for Target (NYSE: TGT). For the fiscal fourth quarter ended Jan. 30, Target's earnings per share came in at $2.67, versus an anticipated $2.54. What drove Target's success?
Finance of America Companies, ("Finance of America") which intends to merge in a business combination with Replay Acquisition Corp. (NYSE: RPLA) ("Replay Acquisition") that will result in Finance of America becoming a publicly-listed company, reported fourth quarter and full year results for the period ended December 31, 2020. Finance of America is a diversified, vertically integrated consumer lending platform operating in three lending segments: Mortgage Originations, Reverse Originations, Commercial Originations, and two non-lending segments: Lender Services and Portfolio Management.
Today, Jabil Inc. (NYSE: JBL), a manufacturing solutions company, announced it will release its second quarter of fiscal year 2021 financials on Tuesday, March 16, 2021, before the market opens.
Deep Lake Capital Acquisition Corp. (the "Company") announced that commencing March 5, 2021, holders of the units sold in the Company’s initial public offering of 20,700,000 units may elect to separately trade the Class A ordinary shares and warrants included in the units. Class A ordinary shares and warrants that are separated will trade on Nasdaq Capital Markets ("Nasdaq") under the symbols "DLCA" and "DLCAW," respectively. Those units not separated will continue to trade on Nasdaq under the symbol "DLCAU." No fractional warrants will be issued upon separation of the units and only whole warrants will trade.
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Stratasys Ltd. Announces Proposed Public Offering of Ordinary Shares
(Bloomberg) -- Oil tumbled below $60 a barrel in New York with the OPEC+ alliance said to be set to agree to a production increase later this week.U.S. crude futures fell 1.5% to the lowest in more than a week on Tuesday, while its global counterpart Brent hit a two-week low. The widespread view among the producer group is that the market can absorb additional barrels, according to people familiar with the matter. That could put the alliance on track to implement the majority of the 1.5 million barrel-a-day output hike that’s up for debate on Thursday.Oil’s underlying market structure has also weakened this week. The backwardation, an indication of tightening supplies, seen in key timespreads is shrinking. At the same time, some pockets of physical oil market strength appear to be wobbling, with observed flows of North Sea crude grades to Asia dropping in February to the lowest in four months.“While the Saudi surprise cut really kick-started this move higher, the unwinding of that will be more difficult for the market,” said Edward Moya, senior market analyst at Oanda Corp. “There is still significant risk for the short-term outlook.”Crude has rallied more than 20% since the start of the year with support from a range of factors, including Saudi Arabia’s unilateral output cuts. The rollout of vaccines and an investor charge into commodities have also underpinned the gains. Even if OPEC and its allies restore 2.4 million barrels a day of crude output by June, global oil inventories are set to decline each month this year, according to an OPEC+ panel. India has reiterated a call for the group to increase its production from April.“Prices were getting elevated enough that stabilizing the market makes sense,” said Bill O’Grady, executive vice president at Confluence Investment Management in St. Louis. “It is a difference between what was expected and what was hoped. What you expect is that they will raise production, what you hope is that they don’t.”The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies must decide how much output is to be restored, with current reductions totaling just over 7 million barrels a day. The group is the largest actor in the oil market, with collective production covering more than 40% of worldwide demand.Saudi Arabia always said that its voluntary supply reduction would only last for two months. The kingdom will start to roll back its extra cut as planned in April, but is still discussing internally whether to return all of the barrels in a single month, or over a longer period, said people familiar with the deliberations.Meanwhile, oil shipments from OPEC’s Persian Gulf producers edged higher last month, despite the Saudi cut. Increased shipments from Kuwait and Iraq more than offset lower flows from the UAE and Saudi Arabia, vessel-tracking data monitored by Bloomberg show.In the U.S., crude inventories are expected to have declined last week, according to a Bloomberg survey. The industry-funded American Petroleum Institute will report its storage figures later Tuesday ahead of a U.S. government report on Wednesday.(Corrects daily percentage decline in second paragraph,)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
Volvo Cars’s aggressive push to go all electric by the end of this decade, is expected to expand the company’s U.S. operations significantly over the next several years, according to the President and CEO of Volvo Cars USA.
Digi International Inc. (Nasdaq: DGII) (Digi), a leading global provider of business and mission critical Internet of Things (IoT) products, services and solutions, announced today that it intends to offer and sell shares of its common stock in an underwritten registered public offering. In addition, Digi expects to grant the underwriters a 30-day option to purchase an additional 15% of the shares of its common stock offered in the proposed offering on the same terms and conditions. All shares of common stock to be sold in the proposed offering will be sold by Digi. The proposed offering is subject to market and other conditions, and there can be no assurance as to whether or when the offering may be completed, or as to the actual size or terms of the offering.
President Biden delivers remarks from the White House about the coronavirus pandemic.
Racist, nativist and xenophobic sentiments surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic are leading to attacks on Asian Americans.
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