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CureVac debuted with 250 percent growth


The stock exchanges in New York are closed on Friday not far from Thursday’s closing dates. Investors were taking a slow step in anticipation of developments around new trade talks between the United States and China. These may be postponed. The political impasse over a new crisis support package also holds the markets in check. Biotechnology company CureVac made a huge leap forward in his Wall Street debut.

The Dow Jonesex index closed the session 0.1 percent higher at 27,931. 02 points. The S&P 500 closed almost flat at 3372.85 points and Nasdaq lost 0.2 percent to 11.019,30 points.

CureVac closed with a profit of almost 250 percent. The company, which is developing a vaccine against the coronavirus, raised USD 213 million on the stock market.

Written by: Harry Adams

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