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3 Biotech Stocks That Could Be Slapped by the U.S. Government Shutdown

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No funding for the FDA means delays in drug reviews and approvals. And that could translate to bad news for these three biotechs.
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President Trump has finally announced an end to the government shutdown and although he specifies that it is only temporary, signs of improvement have already arisen. For example, on Friday US equity markets opened higher, holding their gains. Business Insider reports the major averages were up...

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