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Moderna stock rose 4.1% on Friday, trading at $8.99 a share.
The shares are up 4.2% year-to-date.
The stock was up nearly 20% since the beginning of the year, when the company was founded.
It’s been up almost 40% since January 2018, when it was trading for about $3.70.
The stock has seen a recent dip in recent days, as a new data showing that COVID-19-related deaths dropped from nearly 6,000 in January to about 600 in March.
The data was released by the World Health Organization.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has gained almost 9% since March 2017.
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– Spence Energy Corp. said Monday that it plans to sell nearly $6 billion of its stock after it lost about $3 billion in the global market crash.
The company said in a news release that the $6bn deal is part of a plan to reduce the value of its outstanding stock by $6 per share by the end of 2019.
Spence said it expects to sell about 3.8 million shares in its common stock, the most it has ever sold.
Shares in the company were trading about 10% below their average closing price on Monday.
Spence was a pioneer in coal and gas production in Georgia and Tennessee and the second largest utility in the state.
Apple is selling about 10 million iPhones a week on its platform, down from 15 million a week previously, according to the company’s website.
The company also said it expects sales of its third-quarter iPhone to be flat compared to the previous quarter.
Shares of Apple closed up nearly 8% at $143.59.
AMC shares were trading at $10,979 a share on Friday, up $6.30 to $10 a share.
The stock is trading at an average of $11,071.46 in the first quarter of 2017.
AMC has seen an average annual growth rate of nearly 6% over the last 12 months.
The stock’s annual revenue grew by 22% in the quarter, and it has raised $7.4 billion in venture capital funding.
Its stock price has been on a tear since it was launched in 2008 and the stock’s market cap has skyrocketed.
It is currently worth more than $60 billion.
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The leaders of the G7 countries met in Luxembourg to try and agree a new trade deal after months of bitter division.
The summit of leaders from Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Japan and Australia was held in a joint hotel room, with no cameras or reporters.
It’s not yet clear whether they agreed on a framework that would end a protracted and sometimes bitter dispute between Britain and Ireland over how to manage the border.
The EU and Ireland agreed to a framework last month that included measures to ease the flow of migrants, but it has yet to be ratified by member states.
Theresa May and Donald Tusk met on Sunday to begin a three-day summit, which will last until Monday.
It will also focus on the fallout from the Paris terror attacks, which saw a total of 130 people killed.
Both sides are expected to talk about Brexit and the Brexit talks.
May said last week that she would hold talks with the EU’s other 27 leaders over a deal on the future of EU citizens living in Britain, in return for their backing for the two-year Article 50 withdrawal process.
A British government spokesman said last night that ministers would not discuss the details of the talks but would make their position clear in the days ahead.
The Irish Government said on Monday it would meet with the European Commission to discuss the Brexit process.
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