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(Bloomberg) -- Moderna Inc. joins the S&P 500 on Wednesday as the index’s the best performing stock this year -- by a mile.The move caps the drugmaker’s transformation from an early-stage biotech to a vaccine maker supplying Covid shots to the world. With a gain of more than 180% so far in 2021, Moderna’s share performance tops the index’s existing leader, L Brands Inc., which has risen about 100%.In the runup to its inclusion in the U.S. benchmark, Moderna’s stock has made fresh highs advancing(Bloomberg) -- Moderna Inc. joins the S&P 500 on Wednesday as the index’s the best performing stock this year -- by a mile.The move caps the drugmaker’s transformation from an early-stage biotech to a vaccine maker supplying Covid shots to the world. With a gain of more than 180% so far in 2021, Moderna’s share performance tops the index’s existing leader, L Brands Inc., which has risen about 100%.In the runup to its inclusion in the U.S. benchmark, Moderna’s stock has made fresh highs advancing

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Moderna's stock dropped 2% in a volatile session on Tuesday, with the COVID-19 vaccine maker the most heavily traded company on Wall Street ahead of its debut in the S&P 500 on Wednesday. Over $34 billion worth of the company's shares were exchanged, 17 times more than Moderna's $2 billion average over the past six months, according to Refinitiv data. After the bell, Moderna dropped an additional 1%, also in heavy volume.Moderna's stock dropped 2% in a volatile session on Tuesday, with the COVID-19 vaccine maker the most heavily traded company on Wall Street ahead of its debut in the S&P 500 on Wednesday. Over $34 billion worth of the company's shares were exchanged, 17 times more than Moderna's $2 billion average over the past six months, according to Refinitiv data. After the bell, Moderna dropped an additional 1%, also in heavy volume.

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Moderna (MRNA.O) has turned an experimental technology into a wildly successful vaccine. It has now entered the stock market’s big league by joining the S&P 500 Index on Wednesday. Frantic trading followed the announcement, with turnover topping $34 billion yesterday , and the stock leapt by nearly a fifth, to bring the gain for the past 12 months to 400%. Yet inclusion means both benefits and problems.Moderna (MRNA.O) has turned an experimental technology into a wildly successful vaccine. It has now entered the stock market’s big league by joining the S&P 500 Index on Wednesday. Frantic trading followed the announcement, with turnover topping $34 billion yesterday , and the stock leapt by nearly a fifth, to bring the gain for the past 12 months to 400%. Yet inclusion means both benefits and problems.

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European stock markets rallied on Wednesday and Wall Street extended gains as investors took heart in strong earnings reports from Coca-Cola and other consumer-oriented companies.European stock markets rallied on Wednesday and Wall Street extended gains as investors took heart in strong earnings reports from Coca-Cola and other consumer-oriented companies.

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Sales-growth leaders in the software industry are expected to include DocuSign, Zoom and Salesforce.com.Sales-growth leaders in the software industry are expected to include DocuSign, Zoom and Salesforce.com.

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Stocks jumped on Wall Street Tuesday, making up much of the ground they lost a day earlier when worries flared about spreading cases of the more contagious variant of COVID-19.Stocks jumped on Wall Street Tuesday, making up much of the ground they lost a day earlier when worries flared about spreading cases of the more contagious variant of COVID-19.

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All three major stock indexes gained over one percent with the Dow leading the charge after its worst day since October.All three major stock indexes gained over one percent with the Dow leading the charge after its worst day since October.

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Asian shares fell Tuesday as worries were growing that a faster-spreading variant of the coronavirus could upend the global economic recovery. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 slipped 0.9% to 27,417.75. South Korea's Kospi shed 0.6% to 3,226.19. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 declined 0.5% to 7,252.20. Hong Kong's Hang Seng lost 1.1% to…

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Stocks rallied Tuesday, rebounding from a miserable trading session at the start of the week when the Dow logged its worst day since October.

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Wall Street rebounded strongly to set up the Australian sharemarket for strong gains this morning while bitcoin dropped below $US30,000 for the first time in a month.Wall Street rebounded strongly to set up the Australian sharemarket for strong gains this morning while bitcoin dropped below $US30,000 for the first time in a month.

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On Monday, the Dow lost 726 points, as the stock market had its worst day of the year.On Monday, the Dow lost 726 points, as the stock market had its worst day of the year.

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NEW YORK >> Resurgent pandemic worries knocked stocks lower from Wall Street to Tokyo today, fueled by fears that a faster-spreading variant of the virus may upend the economy’s strong recovery.

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Wall Street's main indexes all rise by more than 1.5% on Tuesday, July 20, with the Dow ahead of the othersWall Street's main indexes all rise by more than 1.5% on Tuesday, July 20, with the Dow ahead of the others

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Airlines and stocks of other companies that would get hurt the most by potential COVID-19 restrictions took some of the heaviest losses.Airlines and stocks of other companies that would get hurt the most by potential COVID-19 restrictions took some of the heaviest losses.

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The daily number of COVID cases has soared by nearly 20,000 over the last two weeks to about 32,000 in the United States.

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Shannon Stapleton/Reuters Energy stocks tumbled as the broader market sold off on Monday, with the S&P 500 Energy Index falling 4.5%. Fea...Energy stocks were hit by declining oil prices, which have tumbled to seven-month lows on fears that new virus cases will weigh on global demand.

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Stocks around the world fall as investors fear that faster-spreading variants of COVID could stop economic recovery in its tracks.Stocks around the world fall as investors fear that faster-spreading variants of COVID could stop economic recovery in its tracks.

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One expert predicts the delta variant could ultimately push the S&P 500 down about 5%.One expert predicts the delta variant could ultimately push the S&P 500 down about 5%.

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Stocks around the world are falling amid worries about a resurgence in global infections of COVID-19.Stocks around the world are falling amid worries about a resurgence in global infections of COVID-19.

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Wall Street tumbled sharply Monday on concerns that a rebound in Covid-19 cases would slow global economic growth.The U.S. is averaging nearly 30,000 new cases a day, up from a 7-day average of around 11,000 cases a day a month ago, according to CDC data.

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Dow drops 700 points as new variants of the coronavirus pose risks for economies around the world.Dow drops 700 points as new variants of the coronavirus pose risks for economies around the world.

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Airlines and stocks of other companies that would get hurt the most by potential COVID-19 restrictions were taking some of the heaviest losses, similar to the early days of the pandemic in February and March 2020.

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The Dow Jones dropped nearly 800 points Monday, other stocks sink too, as investors are concerned about the resurgence of COVID-19 worldwide.NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks fell sharply Monday as worries sweep from Wall Street to Sydney that the worsening pandemic in hotspots around the world will derail what’s been a strong economic recov…

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Airlines, hotels and stocks of other companies that would get hurt the most by potential COVID-19 restrictions were taking some of the heaviest losses.

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Stocks are falling sharply Monday as worries sweep the world that the worsening pandemic in hotspots will derail what's been a strong economic recovery.Airlines, hotels and other companies seen as most at threat by COVID-19 restrictions had the sharpest drops in stock market trading Monday morning.

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Stocks are falling sharply Monday as worries sweep from Wall Street to Sydney that a worsening pandemic in hotspots in Southeast Asia and elsewhere will disrupt what's been a strong economic recovery.Stocks are falling sharply Monday as worries sweep from Wall Street to Sydney that a worsening pandemic in hotspots in Southeast Asia and elsewhere will disrupt what's been a strong economic recovery.

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