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Commented by Nico Popp on June 22nd, 2022 | 12:32 CEST

Market-independent returns? This is how it's done! Valneva, NervGen, BioNTech

  • Biotechnology

When the stock market is in high gear, it is time for cool heads. Even if many managers are suspected of only having an eye on the next few quarters, there are still some decisions with far-reaching consequences, especially in the case of takeovers and mergers. Most recently, Pfizer acquired a stake in the vaccine manufacturer Valneva. The share price performance to date did not suggest such a step. Here is why the decision could still pay off for shareholders and what signal effect the deal will have.

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on June 16th, 2022 | 11:01 CEST

Biotech stocks ahead of the turnaround - Evotec, NervGen and MorphoSys

  • Biotechnology

Biotechnology stocks could not escape the current correction. The broad-based NASDAQ Biotechnology Index, for example, has lost around 40% since its peak last August. The fact that biotechnology will increasingly become a key technology in the future was already demonstrated during the Corona pandemic when tests, vaccines and drugs were developed in a very short time and made available in large quantities. Thus, more and more capital is likely to move into the sector in the coming years, with great opportunities for the individual companies.

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Commented by Armin Schulz on June 10th, 2022 | 11:48 CEST

BioNTech, NervGen Pharma, Valneva - Which stock will make the breakthrough in incurable diseases?

  • Biotechnology

The number of cancer patients increases every year, and only if the disease is detected at an early stage might a cure still be possible. With other diseases such as multiple sclerosis or Alzheimer's, there is no chance of a cure at all. The deterioration progresses slowly and unstoppably. COVID-19 has also shown us how vulnerable humanity is to a virus. But many biotech companies have taken up the fight against these diseases. Any drug that can stop the progression of these diseases would help those affected. Many biotech stocks have corrected significantly recently. Today we take a look at three companies and their existing potential against incurable diseases.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on May 31st, 2022 | 12:03 CEST

Watch out: BioNTech, NervGen, MorphoSys, Valneva: Biotech shares in check!

  • Biotechnology
  • biopharma

The initial sell-off in biotech stocks seems to have been digested. With last week's NASDAQ turn, spring air is now moving through the stock markets again. That is because many investors realize that, in the face of a multitude of new diseases, a major research effort is needed to protect humanity from the burgeoning dangers. Financing via the stock market was correspondingly easy for the biotech giants during the last pandemic because investors sensed big profits in the event of success. This picture is likely to repeat itself in the next movement. Where are the current opportunities in the biopharma sector?

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Commented by Nico Popp on May 17th, 2022 | 09:54 CEST

Alzheimer's share? Ask the CEO! Valneva, NervGen Pharma, Bayer

  • Biotech
  • Pharma

High blood pressure, diabetes, stroke and Alzheimer's disease are scourges of our time. As people in industrialized countries grow older, it becomes increasingly likely that they will also suffer from one of these diseases. While there is likely to be a genetic predisposition for all of the ailments mentioned, lifestyle also plays a role. Lack of exercise and obesity often leads first to high blood pressure, then to diabetes, and ultimately to even worse conditions. In the event of a pandemic, all people with such pre-existing conditions belong to a high-risk group. Reason enough to take a closer look at stocks related to these issues and ask how investors can profit.

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Commented by Juliane Zielonka on May 5th, 2022 | 12:57 CEST

Bayer, NervGen, Adler Group - Pharma and Real Estate, management in focus

  • Biotechnology
  • Pharma
  • Investments

Corporate giant Bayer is collaborating with Charité Berlin to cure genetic diseases in the future. A paradox? Big Pharma thrives on alleviating symptoms but not curing diseases. Things will soon look different. The biotech company NervGen is also dedicated to curing diseases. The approach here: reverse degenerative nerve conditions through self-healing. Specifically, this means helping individuals with paraplegia who are wheelchair-bound reconnect their neural pathways. The Company is in the clinical trials phase and was started by a co-founder who witnessed a dramatic accident. One cannot speak of an accident at the real estate company Adler Group. Four board members have resigned after auditor KPMG refused to give its OK for the annual financial statements. Can management regain the confidence of shareholders?

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Commented by Stefan Feulner on April 29th, 2022 | 11:16 CEST

BioNTech, NervGen, Sanofi - The rebound is on the way

  • Biotechnology
  • Healthcare

Uncertainties remain. Admittedly, infection figures are falling in the Corona pandemic and should ensure a quiet summer in this respect. In addition to inflation remaining at a high level, the Ukraine conflict moved to the front news pages. It has caused panic and strong sales on the stock markets in recent weeks. After the DAX marked another interim low at around 13,500 points yesterday, the stock market barometer turned around but is struggling with the psychologically important mark at 14,000 points. Now the quarterly season has begun, which could provide positive impetus. Commerzbank and Deutsche Bank started it off and were quite convincing.

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Commented by André Will-Laudien on April 19th, 2022 | 10:49 CEST

Watch out: BioNTech, NervGen, Valneva, CureVac: The next waves of biotech stocks are rolling!

  • Biotechnology

The start of spring - and where to now? The mild flu outbreaks due to the Omicron variant and associated massive relaxations of Corona measures in many countries are weighing on the prospects of vaccine manufacturers in the short term. After all, there are no clinical bottlenecks, and the vaccination rate does not want to increase despite massive public campaigns. Mandatory vaccination is also off the table, and for the biotech industry and vaccine producers, this results in a need to keep researching other topics! Many diseases are more dangerous for us humans than Corona. We look at important protagonists.

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