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AstraZeneca, Intel, Caterpillar, Alibaba & more

AstraZeneca, Intel, Caterpillar, Alibaba & more

Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: AstraZeneca – Britain became the first country to approve the drug maker’s Covid-19 vaccine, setting the stage for a rollout of millions of doses. The vaccine is not yet approved in the U.S., with the FDA still to review large-scale trials. The …

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Shares surge 34% on market debut

Shares surge 34% on market debut

A woman stands next to signage incorporating the logo of JD.com, and the company’s mascot ‘Joy,’ at the company’s headquarters in Beijing, China. Qilai Shen | Bloomberg | Getty Images GUANGZHOU, China — Shares of JD Health, the health-care arm of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, surged on their debut in …

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JD Health Hong Kong IPO raises $3.5 billion

JD Health Hong Kong IPO raises $3.5 billion

Several boxes of goods, bought from JD.com, are stacked on the floor. Zhang Peng | LightRocket | Getty Images GUANGZHOU, China — JD Health, the health-care unit of Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, has raised $3.5 billion in a Hong Kong initial public offering (IPO), CNBC has confirmed. The company issued …

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Moderna, Simon Property, BBVA, Virgin Galactic & more

Moderna, Simon Property, BBVA, Virgin Galactic & more

Check out the companies making headlines midday on Monday: Moderna — The drugmaker’s stock soared more than 7% after announcing preliminary phase three trial data shows its coronavirus vaccine is more than 94% effective in preventing Covid-19. Moderna is the second U.S. company in a week to report positive results …

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JD.com wants network of 5 million physical stores in China

JD.com wants network of 5 million physical stores in China

Chinese retailer JD.com plans to aggressively expand its brick-and-mortar reach— aiming for a network of 5 million physical stores in the next 3 years — as China’s e-commerce companies sharpen their competition for consumers in smaller Chinese cities. Xu Lei, chief executive of JD Retail, said the company is “aware …

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