Modern and Pfizer Could See Dramatic Numbers from Vaccine Sales – Financial News Summary for Friday, December 11, 2020

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The market saw another mixed day though numbers were very slow to fluctuate throughout the day. The Dow Jones rose 0.16% to close at 30,046.37. The NASDAQ closed down 0.23% to finish at 12,377.87 and the S&P 500 fell 0.13% to close at 3,663,46. STOXX Europe fell slightly today, by 0.73% to close at 390.28.

Pfizer and Moderna are looking at huge sales in the billions off dollars with the COVID-19 vaccine in the coming year. In fact, the companies are looking at around $32 billion from their respective vaccines. The development of these vaccines, especially so quickly, is most definitely an amazing experience for science and for those who stand to benefit from the vaccine. Not only that but the companies stand to gain even further when it comes to future gains as a result of being first to market with a vaccine.

“It’s epic,” said Alan Carr, a biotech analyst at Needham. “It’s an historic achievement in drug development. To take a new technology in such a young company and have it ready just in time for the worst pandemic in a century is hard to imagine.”

The Senate has approved a stopgap bill designed to keep the government functioning for another week while Congress figures out just what they’re going to do about the full year budget. This means that the government will continue to operate as per usual, at least for the next week. But the two sides will need to come together to pass a budget and they have already stated that this would be a great time to pass a stimulus package as well. But there’s no telling if they’ll be able to come together in time to make it happen.

“The Senate needs to pass a stopgap funding measure today to prevent a lapse while the bipartisan, bicameral efforts close in on a full-year funding bill, and we need to advance what will be the 60th annual defense authorization bill,” Mitch McConnell said on the Senate floor.

West Texas Intermediate saw a decline of 0.83% on oil today, seeing a closing price of $46.58 per barrel. Gold prices saw an increase of 0.20% to close at $1,839.86 per ounce. The treasury yield saw another day of declining numbers with the 10 year yield coming in at 0.90 and the 30 year yield coming in at 1.63 with the market close today.


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