BioNTech Downtick Continues
BioNTech SE (BNTX) shares are sliding on Monday morning trade continuing a fall since August 13. There were no corporate announcements from the company today to impact the stock movement.
Currently, shares are trading $347.38, down 7.79 percent from the previous close of $377.32 on a volume of 443,868. For the 52-week period, the shares have traded in a range of $54.10-$464-00 on average volume of 3,565,704.
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No homes available… What’s going on? Sellers rent to beat property shortage
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Growing numbers of sellers are renting because of a lack of properties to buy.
Some people making lifestyle changes are also “trying before they buy”, using short-term tenancies.
Sellers in Scotland, Wales and the NorthWest are most likely to rent. There, 16.4 percent, 15.3 percent and 11.8 percent respectively of new tenancies this year were to those who had sold up.
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Having nowhere to sell may also help buyers to pounce on the right property.
But this trend means that in July there were 43 percent fewer homes available to rent than last year.
Aneisha Beveridge, head of research at Hamptons, said: “While moving into a rented home to beat the end of a stamp duty holiday is not new, it is increasingly being used as a stop-gap by house-hunters faced with a lack of stock to buy.”
CVAC Shares Up; CV2CoV Shows Improved Immune Response In Preclinical Study
Shares of CureVac N.V. (CVAC) are currently trading at $60.02, up $1.22 or 2.07%, with trading volume of over 518K versus an average volume of 1.27 million shares. The stock has been trading in the range of $43.00 – $151.80 for the past one year.
CureVac said its second-generation COVID-19 vaccine candidate, CV2CoV, is advancing on track to enter clinical development in fourth quarter, 2021. Also, the company remains committed to seeking regulatory approval with European Medicines agency for its first-generation COVID-19 vaccine candidate, CVnCoV.
CureVac and GSK published preclinical data, characterizing immune responses as well as the protective efficacy of CV2CoV and CVnCoV against SARS-CoV-2 challenge in non-human primates. Higher antibody neutralizing capacity was observed with CV2CoV across all selected variants, including the Beta, Delta and Lambda variants.
“In this animal model, CV2CoV is shown to induce broad antibody and cellular immune responses very similar to the breadth of the immune responses observed after infection with SARS-CoV-2,” said Igor Splawski, Chief Scientific Officer of CureVac.
Aramco reportedly in advanced talks with India's Reliance Industries on deal worth up to $25 billion
- An agreement could be reached as soon as the coming weeks, according to the report, which cited people with knowledge of the matter.
- Reliance announced a sale of a 20% stake in its oil-to-chemicals business to Aramco for $15 billion in 2019, but the deal stalled after oil prices and demand crashed last year due to the pandemic.
Saudi Aramco is in advanced talks to acquire a roughly 20% stake in Reliance Industries' oil refining and chemicals business for about $20 billion to $25 billion in Aramco's shares, Bloomberg News reported on Monday.
An agreement could be reached as soon as the coming weeks, according to the report, which cited people with knowledge of the matter.
Aramco and Reliance declined to comment.
Reliance announced a sale of a 20% stake in its oil-to-chemicals business to Aramco for $15 billion in 2019, but the deal stalled after oil prices and demand crashed last year due to the pandemic.
During Aramco's earnings briefing earlier in August, Chief Executive Officer Amin Nasser said the company was still doing due diligence on the deal.
In late June, Reliance's billionaire chairman Mukesh Ambani said it hopes to formalise its partnership with Aramco this year and its Chairman Yasir Al-Rumayyan will join the Indian conglomerate's board as an independent director.
Reliance shares were up 2% at 2,187.80 rupees on Monday.