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Early-stage trial data on AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine due Monday - Lancet
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LONDON (Reuters) - Early-stage human trial data on a vaccine being developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University will be published on July 20, The Lancet medical journal said on Wednesday.
The vaccine candidate is already in large-scale Phase III human trials to assess whether it can protect against COVID-19, but its developers have yet to report Phase I results which would show whether it is safe and whether or not it induces an immune response.
“We expect this paper, which is undergoing final editing and preparation, to be published on Monday, July 20, for immediate release,” a spokeswoman for the journal said.
The Lancet’s statement came after reports earlier on Wednesday that the Phase I data could be released as soon Thursday.
Developers of the vaccine, known as known as AZD1222, said earlier this month they were encouraged by the immune response they had seen in trials so far and were expecting to publish Phase 1 data by the end of July.
A preclinical trial of the shot in pigs showed that two doses produced a greater antibody response than a single dose.
More than 100 vaccines are being developed and tested around the world to try to stop the COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed hundreds of thousands and ravaged the global economy.
The World Health Organization’s chief scientist said in June that AstraZeneca’s AZD1222 was probably the most advanced in terms of development.
The company has signed agreements with governments around the globe to supply the vaccine should it prove effective.
Researchers in the United States reported on Tuesday that Moderna Inc’s experimental vaccine showed it was safe and provoked immune responses in all 45 healthy volunteers in an ongoing early-stage study.
Moderna started its Phase II trial in May and expects to start a Phase III trial on July 27.
Additional reporting by William Schomberg and Alistair Smout; Editing by Keith Weir, Edmund Blair and Catherine Evans
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I am praying that you are right but the way things are can not see this reaching 423p again,
Soon this will be £5 soon
TUI need to close above 423p, that could be first sign of start of wave 5. Until then it will be all side movement which is boring.
Above 423, rise would be relatively fast with some consolidation around 488, 537 and 562.
Above 562, it would be 628 (double top) and 692.
Let us see how this pans out. Either rise or drop will not be in straight line along the way. I am hoping 692 would be hit by end September.
All my predictions/numbers are rubbish and wrong, so do your own research.
Thanks but nerve wracking waiting and wondering, wish we could get good news on the vaccine soon, It is horrible to see gains one day and wiped out the next, If I sold the sp would keep climbing
This is an article on the Elliot Wave Principle. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elliott_wave_principle If the SP ever falls below 300 I have 20k in an ISA left to buy in. Rest of my portfolio is in lower risk/high dividend stocks.
So when does wave 5 start, that is a massive holding you have got there,
A diverse portfolio is key here. :-) :-) ;-)
Carnival up 16.22%
Royal Caribbean Cruises 21.2%
United Airlines 14.59%
American Airlines 16.16%
Delta Airlines 9.54%
Southwest Airlines 7.52%
JetBlue Airlines 11.16%
Ive been following TUI closely since the start of the year and your predictions are similar to my findings. So lets see our predictions proven!
I think there will be race among different pharma companies to show how successful their vaccine is. This will ultimately help stock markets/travel /tourism stocks.
As long as market gets assurance that at least one successful vaccine is available, I am sure travel/tourism shares will recover well before the timeframe people have in their minds.
Those who know Elliott wave theory, I think tui is in wave 4 which is boring, side wave movements.
Roughly move from 218 to 424 was wave 1, from 424 to 244 was wave 2, move from 244 to 628 was wave 3, move from 628 to 348 and ongoing sidewave movements is wave 4.
So wave 5 is yet to come which should be at least equal to or higher than wave 3 (which ended at 628).
So wave 5 could be at least 628p or higher.
One word of caution.... wave 4 is not complete yet, so it could still go further down upto 244. If it goes below 244 then my wave count is wrong.
(But I am reasonably confident that my wave count is correct....time will tell)
This may sound rubbish to majority of audiences. So please ignore if you don’t like this theory. I do have couple of hundred thousands worth of holding here, so my theory may be biased. So do your own research.
Oxford scientists have already said they are '80 per cent' confident they can have a jab available by September.
People being given the Oxford vaccine have been developing antibodies and white blood cells called T cells which will help their bodies fight off the virus if they get infected, the researchers say.
Moderna's latest extensive test releases to the general market yesterday has boosted the markets, especially the leisure sector, and like i said before... a running business is always better! So as more avenues are returned to TUI and others, we will see some start to normality!
Naturally a release of a working vaccine will do wonders to all sectors and indexes throughout the world!
Currently U.S futures are looking excellent and the rollover for tomorrow is also looking good, if this continues with positivity, we're looking closer to the £4 mark or above IMO
If you are not in it, then you are just wasting your time here. Look after what you are holding.
Everyone makes mistakes, but you have to move on and seek new opportunities. Looks like volatility in TUI may not be good for you.
As long as today's TUI price is concerned, I would be happy if it closes around 388-390p area.
Depends on what happens with the virus. If the vaccines work and can be distributed widely and quickly, or it loses its potency (like SARS) or there is some sort of acquired immunity which makes reinfection less severe (like flu) then international travel will return to near-normal (taking into account the likelihood of worldwide rising unemployment), though that is likely counter balanced by pent up demand. That will IMO mean share prices will rise above 600 quite quickly and possibly go above 1000 in 2-3 years. So potentially a lot of money to be made. The risk is that the vaccines are not particularly effective or long-lasting, e.g. the virus mutates too quickly, if this happens and the restrictions on travel remain, TUI will likely need another bailout and the share price will fall to new lows. TUI is in a better position than most to ride it out - particularly as a large percentage of its sales operations are overseas e.g. China, but it is still risky. I was looking for an entry point but have held off as I am cautious. I've chosen steadier stocks, which are unlikely to provide huge capital growth but will give me a dividend income, but I follow this SP closely.
Must be a institution holder. They must be kicking themselves.
I’ve been doing some heavy research on this one the recovery will be long, but believe me tui will fly high again there will be more ups and downs of course.
My advice buy hold and don’t even look for three years.
What’s everyone else opinion???
Also another one progressing well
Another one progressing well
This would obviously be good news for travel stocks. I think diversifying in this sector is key here to reduce the risk, mainly because of debt issues. Good share to be in, I am still buying in regularly!
No looking back once one of these stage 3 trials get approval
Dow futures are up 250 points. Ftse futures are up 65 points