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Moody's expects an increasing number of healthcare companies to succumb to peer pressure and...

Moody's expects an increasing number of healthcare companies to succumb to peer pressure and start paying dividends to satiate investor appetite "for immediate, stable income amid today's low interest rate environment." Names Moody's throws out are Lab Corp. (LH), Life Tech (LIFE), Celgene (CELG), Biogen (BIIB) and CareFusion (CFN).
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