Fulcrum Metals boost Saskatchewan uranium exploration assets by 221% to 59,000 acres. Watch the full video here.
What "string of failures" are you talking about? Since July this year these are the clinical trial and product updates:
Imfinzi combination improves PFS in liver cancer
Dato-DXd improved PFS in breast cancer
Enhertu recommended in EU for HER2-mutant NSCLC
Fasenra Phase III EGPA trial met primary endpoint
Beyfortus approved in US for infant RSV prevention
Against this you have ONE failure and that is in end-stage (non-resectable) non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) one of the most intractable and inevitably terminal forms of lung cancer. Can't you read?
Interesting to compare our fortunes with those of our erstwhile suitor Pfizer! Pfizer slipped 1.6% to $28.96 Monday closing at its lowest share price since March 26, 2020, continuing the pharmaceutical giant’s struggles tied to declining demand for its Covid-19 products and essentially wiping out the entirety of the firm’s peak pandemic gains. There were many on here who complained that AZN was "off the pace" in the vaccine race and failed to monetize their competitive advantage when they got their vaccine into the clinic. Instead by concentrating on future revenues in Oncology and growth in other therapeutic areas they have avoided the Covid19 hangover. Who was smartest now?
Two things, then:
1. The crew (or anyone else) cannot possibly have "cleaned up" over 5 tons of toxic waste in a period of 2 hours while preparing to sail. In August 2018, Princess Cruises (A Carnival brand)’ Star Princess cruise ship discharged sludge from its exhaust system scrubbers in the port of Ketchikan, Alaska which persisted for months.
2. Carnival’s Exhaust Gas Control Systems (EGCS) are commonly called “scrubbers” which are used to try and remove non-combustible particles such as soot, incompletely burned oil, and ash, from its emission stacks. Carnival has decided that it is cheaper to use such systems rather than purchase more expensive low sulfur fuel. Scrubber sludge is a toxic mix of metals, such as lead, nickel and zinc, as well as hydrocarbons, sulfur, and nitrogen compounds. Carnival routinely dumps this toxic sludge into the water around the world. It is my impression that most people who cruise are not aware that cruise ships routinely discharge toxic waste water residue from scrubbers as the ships sail. However, there is a noticeable difference in slowly emptying the scrubber sludge tanks over the court of a week long cruise in the Caribbean before returning to port in Florida and inadvertently dumping five tons of sludge all at once at a port before a boatload of guests with iPhones.
I see one of Carnival's garbage scows s***t itself during a power cut while docked, necessitating a huge clear-up. No doubt that disgusting oily mess would normally be discharged at sea where there are no witnesses. Charming.
I have held since these were £30 a pop and reinvested all of the dividends. Is that long term enough for you? Chill out, AZN is one of the best shares in this sector and PS has now committed to staying put for the next 5 years, this will recover more quickly than most
At long last we have a positive outcome from Brexit...................The Tories are toast! The funniest part of it all is that they only have themselves to blame, nobody else (or the war in Ukraine, Covid19 etc. ad nauseum) LOL
No doubt he drives a Ford Mondeo and has delusions of grandeur. Take his predictions with a pinch of salt as he is invariably wrong as in the set of results just out would be awful and the dividend would be either cut or suspended. None of this happened, so you get the general drift. He should hook up with NoVeckingood who has been telling us for a year now that AZN is grossly overvalued and would only be a buy if it drops into the 800's. It's about £11 now. LOL