NewsWatch: U.S. COVID vaccine supply to be boosted by Merck helping make J&J vaccine

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The U.S. COVID-19 vaccine program is expected to get a welcome jolt on Tuesday in the news that one of the biggest vaccine makers in the world will help make Johnson & Johnson’s one-dose jab, potentially doubling the supply from what J&J could achieve on its own. See full story.

U.S. stocks drift lower after best one-day rally in months

U.S. stocks drift to the downside after the three main indexes put in their best daily gains in months during the previous session. See full story.

Goldman Sachs says it’s the beginning of a structural bull market in commodities

Analysts led by Jeffrey Currie said there is the beginning of a new structural bull market in commodities, with every market but cocoa and zinc in structural deficit. See full story.

Bitcoin may replace bonds, Cathie Wood says

Bitcoin should be considered a new asset class, one that may even serve as a reserve currency in the future, ARK Invest’s Cathie Wood said Thursday. See full story.

Nio’s sales top $2 billion in ‘transformational’ year

American depositary receipts of Nio Inc. fell late Monday after the Chinese electric-vehicle maker reported mixed fourth-quarter results and sales that topped $2 billion for the year. See full story.


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