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The below stocks have been identified as having potential to register bigger than normal share price moves (up or down) today based on the news cited
AstraZeneca to sell $3.5bn of new shares to part fund $6.9bn joint venture with Japan’s Daiichi Sankyo to expand development of trastuzumab deruxtecan cancer treatment ($1.35bn upfront, $5.55 contingent on milestones). FY guidance unchanged, expects benefit to earnings in 2020, with a “significant contribution” in 2023. Placement will also repay $1bn existing debt.
FTSE Housebuilders could benefit from Nationwide House Prices +0.7% YoY beating +0.6% estimate (+0.2% MoM vs. flat est.)
Paddy Power sees Sportsbook revs doubling to $30m in Q1; New Jersey contribution guidance unchanged, positive 18-30 months post-launch; avg 12 month payback on customer investment.
Rio Tinto declares force majeure on some iron-ore contracts after tropical cyclone Veronica hit NW Australia; assessing damage to Cape Lambert A port. Dampier and Cape Lambert B resumed.
(Sources: Company newswires, Bloomberg, CNBC, FT, Reuters, Wall Street Journal)
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