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Baxter International Inc. (0QK8.L)

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55.21-0.50 (-0.90%)
At close: 03:12PM BST

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  • D
    DH
    40s by October. Joe needs to go!
  • J
    Jim
    Where is joe......still in hiding..
    Going lower day after day....
  • J
    Jim
    where is joe....u have done such a wonderful job here. U should be dancing in the street.
  • J
    Jim
    Truly amazed the company has gone silent after such a poor report.... but very fitting for our ceo.....sad!
  • K
    Kim C
    Why so low, at least they profit every year!!
  • K
    Kim C
    Powell, gonna crash the market
  • J
    Jim
    Well looks like the street is done with the ceo....problem is , "it's too late "
    Maybe someone will buy the company and send him packing, but damage is already done....
  • J
    Jim
    No buyers even after the massive drop.
    Looks like they have a lot of confidence in joe.
  • -
    -2 quarters recession
    there are some very high calls for bax when it has no volume nothing looking like a breakout! maybe a buyout coming ?
  • K
    Kim C
    Ouch!
  • D
    DH
    BAX will continue to fall. Joe needs to go! He should have been out 2 years ago!
  • D
    Daquan
    Buy the 5 year low dip
  • W
    Wing
    Cash about $2 BB, DEBTS about $17 BB! Yikes, a never
  • J
    Jim
    Sad......
  • C
    Cost
    Grew up in the northeastern Illinois area where both Baxter and Abbott have their headquarters so I always keep an eye on both stocks. ABT has come down quite a bit - not sure how much is related to the embarassing infant formula fiasco. BAX is at a low and very tempting here but I just glanced at the 2021 vs 2020 balance sheet and can anyone tell me what happened between those dates? Tangible Book Value is negative and while I read a definition of the term - I don't know what transaction(s) caused that to switch to negative. If anyone out there knows the scoop please advise. Thanks.
  • J
    Jim
    Hoped I would see headline Joe resigned or better yet fured!!!!!
  • A
    Anonymous
    5-star analyst Danielle Antalffy, of SVB Leerink, writes of Baxter, “[We] see BAX's underlying fundamentals -- accelerating sales growth, meaningful margin expansion -- as unchanged. One of the most meaningful datapoints in this quarter was 6% peritoneal dialysis patient growth… well ahead of the mid-single-digit long-term growth outlook for the Renal business that the Street is modeling. As the COVID pressures begin to lift, visibility into the long-term growth drivers should improve, and we would expect the shares to move meaningfully higher.”

    And it doesn't hurt that Ray Dalio co-chief investment officer of the world's largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates just bought up 124,701 shares of the stock, a holding that is worth $9.73 million at current prices.
  • D
    Daquan
    Bad stock. Good business. It’ll never go bankrupt.
  • D
    DH
    Until Almeida leaves BAX will continue to drop.
  • D
    Daniel
    Holding on to BAX even though they have some accounting issues. Ultimately recoverable, I believe.