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Stock Alert: Danaher Shares Rise On Upbeat Revenue Outlook
Shares of Danaher Corp. (DHR) are currently trading at $245.99, up $11.15 or 4.72%, with trading volume of over 2.16 million versus an average volume of 2.60 million shares.
The company said it expects first-quarter core revenue growth to be above the high-end of the prior guidance range. The company anticipates revenue growth to be about 57.0% and non-GAAP core revenue growth including Cytiva to be about 29.0%. The impact of Cytiva sales growth (net of divested product lines) was 10.0%, for the quarter. Core sales growth is projected to be about 19.0%.
Stock Alert: Fiverr International Shares Up 2%
Shares of Fiverr International Ltd. (FVRR) are currently trading at $233.25, up $6.59 or 2.91%, with trading volume of over 149K versus an average volume of 1.15 million shares.
The company is scheduled to release its Q1 financial results before the market opens on Thursday, May 6, 2021. Wall Street analysts estimate a loss of $0.12 per share and revenue of $65.15 million for the quarter.
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Bank of England's chief economist Haldane to quit
The Bank of England said on Tuesday that its chief economist, Andy Haldane, will leave the central bank later this year to become chief executive of the Royal Society for Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.
Haldane — who has struck the most upbeat tone among BoE policymakers about Britain's prospects for a rapid recovery from the COVID pandemic — will step down from the BoE's Monetary Policy Committee after its June meeting and start his role at the RSA in September.
The BoE said it would advertise for a new chief economist in due course.
The RSA is a London-based organization which seeks solutions to social challenges.
Haldane said he shared the RSA's sense of challenges from technology to longevity, from inequality to the environment.
"Meeting these new challenges will require new thinking, new policies and new partnerships between governments, industries and civil society, working in partnership," he said in a statement issued by the RSA.
Live: FDA and CDC hold press briefing after pausing use of J&J Covid vaccine
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The Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are holding a joint press briefing Tuesday after U.S. health officials asked states to temporarily halt using Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine.
The recommendation from U.S. health officials came after six women, ages 18 to 48, developed a rare blood-clotting disorder after getting the vaccine. J&J said in a statement that "no clear causal relationship" has been identified between the blood clots and the vaccine.
"Right now, these adverse events appear to be extremely rare," the FDA said in a joint statement with the CDC. "COVID-19 vaccine safety is a top priority for the federal government, and we take all reports of health problems following COVID-19 vaccination very seriously."
How to watch U.S. women’s soccer team vs. France: Live stream and TV info, start time, USWNT roster
After seeing its winning streak snapped at 16 games, but extending an unbeaten streak to 38 games after a 1-1 draw to Sweden on Saturday, the U.S. women's national soccer team faces another strong opponent Tuesday when it plays France at Stade Océane in Le Havre.
The USWNT haven't lost a match since January 2019, when it was defeated by France, 3-1. Later that year, however, the USWNT defeated France in the World Cup quarterfinals in Paris.
In Saturday's draw against Sweden, Carli Lloyd made her 300th national team appearance and Megan Rapinoe scored her 58th career national team goal.
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