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  1. Friday Five: Banks Start Earnings Season Without a Bang

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    Thu, 16 Apr 2015

    Johnson also reported. They had a steady quarter, but not perhaps without any bumps at all. Glaser: Our analyst Damien Conover described it as steady. It was driven by the drug business; pharmaceuticals are really driving [TICKER:JNJ

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    quarter, but not perhaps without any bumps at all. Glaser: Our analyst Damien Conover described it as steady. It was driven by the drug business; pharmaceuticals are really driving [TICKER:JNJ] Johnson & Johnson's performance. The consumer group
  2. Friday Five: What Will the Fed Do Now?

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    Fri, 6 Feb 2015

    paying a pretty decent premium to acquire [TICKER:HSP] Hospira (HSP). What's our take on that deal? Glaser: Damien Conover , our Pfizer analyst, thinks that it's going to be a good one for the pharmaceutical giant. They're spending

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    premium to acquire [TICKER:HSP] Hospira (HSP). What's our take on that deal? Glaser: Damien Conover , our Pfizer analyst, thinks that it's going to be a good one for the pharmaceutical giant. They're spending $16 billion for the
  3. Obama Pushes to Overhaul Silly, Counterproductive U.S. Corporate Tax System

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    Wed, 4 Feb 2015

    portfolio adjustments in anticipation of it. Morningstar's director of healthcare equity research and equity strategy, Damien Conover , who covers a number of pharmaceutical firms that use sophisticated tax-management strategies, said that Obama

  4. J&J Faces Headwinds in 2015

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    Tue, 20 Jan 2015

    The pharmaceutical giant turned in an in line fourth-quarter, but new competition and a strong dollar will slow growth in 2015, writes Morningstar’s Damien Conover .

  5. From Fear of an Overheating U.S. Economy to Doom and Gloom in One Easy Week

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    Sat, 17 Jan 2015

    the long-term trend of higher and higher prices had been broken. According to Morningstar healthcare team leader Damien Conover , a combination of higher prices from the consolidated generics industry, fewer drugs going off patent, and more

  6. Our 2014 Big Pharma Pipeline Rankings: Who Came Out on Top?

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    Fri, 2 Jan 2015

    Coffina. I'm joined today by Damien Conover , who is the director of our health ..... Damien, thanks for joining me. Damien Conover : Matt, thanks for having me ..... Coffina: Thanks for joining me, Damien . Conover : Matt, thanks for having me

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    Coffina: For Morningstar StockInvestor , I'm Matt Coffina. I'm joined today by Damien Conover , who is the director of our health-care team. We are going to talk about pharmaceutical firms' pipelines. Damien, thanks for joining me. Damien Conover : Matt, thanks for having me. Coffina: Every year, you do this analysis using our proprietary box methodology, as we call it, basically
    strikeouts, and that really hurt their pipeline. Coffina: Thanks for joining me, Damien . Conover : Matt, thanks for having me. Coffina: In conclusion, in this year's Big Pharma ranking, Merck and [TICKER:SNY] Sanofi came out on top--Merck because
  7. Friday Five: China's Tricky Gambit for Growth

    Video Reports

    Thu, 11 Dec 2014

    acquiring Cubist. What's our take on the deal? Glaser: Merck is going to spend $9.5 billion for Cubist, and Damien Conover , our health-care analyst, thinks this is about expanding Merck's presence into the hospital acute-care segment

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    deal? Glaser: Merck is going to spend $9.5 billion for Cubist, and Damien Conover , our health-care analyst, thinks this is about expanding Merck's presence into the hospital acute-care segment, and he thinks that's something that will
  8. A Shift in Health-Care M&A Activity

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    Sat, 23 Aug 2014

    rest of 2014 might hold for M&A activity in health care, I recently talked with Morningstar health-care analysts Damien Conover , David Krempa, and Michael Waterhouse on May 31. Our discussion has been edited for clarity and length. Question

  9. Health Care a Leader in Moat Stocks

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    Tue, 22 Jul 2014

    great competitive advantages. I'm here today with Damien Conover , our director of health-care research, to look ..... health-care space. Damien, thanks for joining me. Damien Conover : Thanks for having me, Jeremy. Glaser: You wrote

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    delves into finding companies with great competitive advantages. I'm here today with Damien Conover , our director of health-care research, to look at moats in the health-care space. Damien, thanks for joining me. Damien Conover : Thanks for having me, Jeremy. Glaser: You wrote in the book that health-care companies have a higher preponderance of moats than a
  10. The Friday Five

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    Fri, 18 Jul 2014

    the coming years from other companies, so that growth will moderate. But they have a pretty strong pipeline, and Damien Conover , our [TICKER:JNJ] Johnson & Johnson analyst, really sees that their patent losses are pretty manageable

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    that growth will moderate. But they have a pretty strong pipeline, and Damien Conover , our [TICKER:JNJ] Johnson & Johnson analyst, really sees that their patent losses are pretty manageable. [Those patent losses] tend to be in products
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