Many developed-country health-care firms have deep roots in emerging markets and can be a good way to gain exposure, says Morningstar's Damien Conover .
Unexpectedly robust sales of hepatitis C drug Olysio helped lift the drug giant’s pharma segment, while medical devices struggled, says Morningstar’s Damien Conover .
The firm's consumer and medical-device group are lagging, but strong results from the pharmaceuticals side should drive earnings throughout this year and into 2015, says Morningstar's Damien Conover .
Cost-cutting, tax opportunities, and oncology synergies are motivating factors for Pfizer, and the firms will likely agree to merge, says Morningstar's Damien Conover .
Recent deals have been driven more by tax strategies than therapeutic synergies.
The health-care sector has a higher volume of moat firms compared with other industries, and companies' patent and brand power deliver very strong returns on capital.
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As the ultimate impact of Obamacare comes into focus, the sector’s winners and losers are becoming more apparent.
As the ultimate impact of Obamacare comes into focus, the sector's winners and losers are becoming more apparent.