Pfizer Inc. (ticker: PFE) and Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) are two of the largest health care stocks and drugmakers in the world, each with a market capitalization north of $200 billion. Both of their shares are up over the past year, both are trading in line ...
Tyler Durden: Perhaps the only chart more troubling than Johnson & Johnson’s (NYSE:JNJ) stock price in 2015, which after starting the year around $105/share has since tumbled to a low of $91, before rebounding modestly to $95, was the chart …
Johnson & Johnson’s bid for Synthes, a Swiss-American medical equipment manufacturer, makes a lot of strategic sense. The $21.3 billion deal will give Johnson & Johnson a leading position in the main orthopedic device markets. The combined company, for ...
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OMAHA, Nebraska (Reuters) - Warren Buffett criticized Johnson & Johnson, a large investment for his company Berkshire Hathaway Inc, for using too much of its own stock in a planned $21.7 billion takeover of Swiss medical devices maker Synthes Inc. Speaking ...
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Humana closed Friday at $146.75. Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ) is the top market cap pharmaceutical stock in the health care sector and likely will raise the dividend for shareholders this year for the 52nd consecutive year. With everything from medical ...
Ben Bernanke, clearly no Keynesian, recently delivered a speech entitled "Economic Prospects for the Long Run." What, then, would he make of the extremely short-term stock gyrations caused by his every muttering? The Dow (^DJI), up over 150 at its peak ...
So just think what they could do to your child. I mention this as a public service announcement. It has nothing to do with my Johnson & Johnson stock falling one point because you stingy baby abusers are buying generics. Johnson & Johnson: Because your ...
Marshall Hargrave: The weak economy could well be sneaking up on us and the rest of the market. In part, the market is being propped up by a flood of mergers and acquisitions. Meanwhile, those companies not buying or getting bought out are …
An ill wind blew through Wall Street last week, and at the worst possible time. Friday's swoon saw S&P 500 (^GSPC) stocks endure their worst week of the year, and just as an army of kilted Scots - who hate losing money above all - were assembling for New ...