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Market Morning Sentiment: $GILD

|Includes: Gilead Sciences, Inc. (GILD), SPY

Market Morning Sentiment - June 29th

Stocks bounced back Tuesday after losing $3 trillion on Friday and Monday combined to mark the largest two-day rout in history. The S&P500, DJIA and Nasdaq rose 1.78%, 1.57% and 2.12% respectively.

The British Pound rebounded slightly, gaining nearly 1% on the USD after dropping 12% the previous two days. Gold fell 0.5% and US Treasury yields rose off the 4-year low made Tuesday as some of the initial shocks of the Brexit subside.

Of the many ripples that will flow from the Brexit decision, increased volatility is a big one. The CBOE Market Volatility Index, which essentially gauges the level of fear in financial markets, dropped for the second straight day on Tuesday, erasing some of the gains leading up to the Brexit.

Despite the positive day, market sentiment on the S&P500 has turned more negative suggesting the reprieve may be short lived. As the result of the Brexit vote sets in and markets continue to react, expect high volatility and money to flow to the relative safety of US assets.

FEATURED SENTIMENT LEADER:$GILD

$GILD Social Sentiment and Chatter Volume

67% Strong Buy

Gilead Sciences Inc.

$GILD is a research based biopharmaceutical company that discovers, develops and commercializes innovative medicines in areas of unmet medical need. Its pipeline includes treatments for HIV/AIDS, liver diseases, cancer, inflammatory and respiratory diseases, and cardiovascular conditions.

What has sentiment accelerating on $GILD is the FDA approval of its new hepatitis C drug, Epclusa. It's the first oral, once a day treatment for all 6 major strains of the virus and is a combination of $GILD's Solvaldi treatment and a new drug velpatasvir. In a late stage study, between 95-99% of patients receiving Epclusa had no trace of hepatitis C in their blood 12 weeks after receiving treatment.

$GILD currently dominates the hepatitis C market generating sales in 2015 with its two older drugs (Solvadi and Harvoni) of $19.14 billion, but reported that sales in 2016 were decreasing due to increased competition. Epclusa is priced to take back market share and costs significantly less for patients with genotypes 2 and 3 who traditionally would have required more complex multi-tablet or injection regimens.

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