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With Vaccines and Stimulus on the Way, Banks Brighten Their Outlook

With Vaccines and Stimulus on the Way, Banks Brighten Their Outlook

With Vaccines and Stimulus on the Way, Banks Brighten Their Outlook With Vaccines and Stimulus on the Way, Banks Brighten Their Outlook The results showed that JPMorgan’s retail customers have been buying houses and cars. The number of mortgages and auto loans rose 20 percent from a year earlier. The bank’s profit from stock trading jumped 32 percent, while earnings …

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With Vaccines Arriving, Value Investors Try for a Comeback

With Vaccines Arriving, Value Investors Try for a Comeback

With Vaccines Arriving, Value Investors Try for a Comeback With Vaccines Arriving, Value Investors Try for a Comeback Bill Nygren, vice president of Oakmark Funds, says his firm holds shares of CBRE, an office leasing company, which he expects will gain value in an economic recovery. Office work, he says, will rebound. “Any company with a differentiated corporate culture who …

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An Appreciation for Vaccines, and How Far They Have Come

An Appreciation for Vaccines, and How Far They Have Come

An Appreciation for Vaccines, and How Far They Have Come An Appreciation for Vaccines, and How Far They Have Come The first pertussis vaccines were developed and tested in the 1920s and 1930s and were in universal use by the end of the 1940s. And they worked. Dr. James Cherry, a distinguished research professor of pediatrics at David Geffen School …

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Pressure Grows for States to Open Vaccines to More Groups of People

Pressure Grows for States to Open Vaccines to More Groups of People

Pressure Grows for States to Open Vaccines to More Groups of People Pressure Grows for States to Open Vaccines to More Groups of People Just weeks into the country’s coronavirus vaccination effort, states have begun broadening access to the shots faster than planned, amid tremendous public demand and intense criticism about the pace of the rollout. Some public health officials …

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Why Covid-19 Vaccines Take a While to Kick In

Why Covid-19 Vaccines Take a While to Kick In

Why Covid-19 Vaccines Take a While to Kick In Why Covid-19 Vaccines Take a While to Kick In A flurry of headlines this week flooded social media, documenting a seemingly concerning case of Covid-19 in a San Diego nurse who fell ill about a week after receiving his first injection of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine. But experts said the sickness is …

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China Has All It Needs to Vaccinate Millions, Except Proof Its Vaccines Work

China Has All It Needs to Vaccinate Millions, Except Proof Its Vaccines Work

China Has All It Needs to Vaccinate Millions, Except Proof Its Vaccines Work China Has All It Needs to Vaccinate Millions, Except Proof Its Vaccines Work Hospitals all over China have almost everything necessary for a mass vaccination drive: Millions of doses. Refrigerators to store them. Health care workers trained to administer them. Everything, that is, except proof that any …

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For Covid-19 Vaccines, Some Are Too Rich — and Too Poor

For Covid-19 Vaccines, Some Are Too Rich — and Too Poor

For Covid-19 Vaccines, Some Are Too Rich — and Too Poor For Covid-19 Vaccines, Some Are Too Rich — and Too Poor Poor and middle-income nations, largely unable to compete in the open market, rely on a complex vaccine sharing scheme called Covax. A collaboration of international health organizations, Covax was designed to avoid the inequities of a free-market free-for-all. …

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Pope Francis Makes Christmas Appeal for Nations to Share Covid-19 Vaccines

Pope Francis Makes Christmas Appeal for Nations to Share Covid-19 Vaccines

Pope Francis Makes Christmas Appeal for Nations to Share Covid-19 Vaccines Pope Francis Makes Christmas Appeal for Nations to Share Covid-19 Vaccines ROME — Pope Francis on Friday called on world leaders, businesses and international organizations to help ensure that the most vulnerable and needy have access to newly developed coronavirus vaccines. Instead of speaking to the tens of thousands …

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Vaccines Need Effective Messengers – The New York Times

Vaccines Need Effective Messengers - The New York Times

Vaccines Need Effective Messengers – The New York Times Vaccines Need Effective Messengers – The New York Times This article is part of the On Tech newsletter. You can sign up here to receive it weekdays. Getting the science right is only one element of having coronavirus vaccines be successful. People must also trust them, and that requires an effective …

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A European Official Reveals a Secret: The U.S. Is Paying More for Coronavirus Vaccines

A European Official Reveals a Secret: The U.S. Is Paying More for Coronavirus Vaccines

A European Official Reveals a Secret: The U.S. Is Paying More for Coronavirus Vaccines A European Official Reveals a Secret: The U.S. Is Paying More for Coronavirus Vaccines That is markedly lower than the company’s official price, which has been announced at $19.50 per dose, which is also what the United States government paid. Rollout of the Pfizer vaccine began …

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