Apple and Google headlined earnings movers overnight, with a key Fed meeting on tap Wednesday. Leading stocks fell Tuesday.
The European Union has signed a contract with GlaxoSmithKline for the supply of up to 220,000 treatments of its investigational monoclonal antibody therapy sotrovimab against COVID-19, it said on Wednesday. The drug, which is being developed together with U.S. firm Vir Biotechnology, can be used for the treatment of high-risk coronavirus patients with mild symptoms who do not require supplemental oxygen, the Commission said. The deal is a boost to the GSK's work on potential treatments for COVID-19 after the company played a limited role in the development of vaccines.
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