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Materials : Construction Materials | Mid Cap Blend
Company profile

Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. is a natural resource-based building materials company. The Company supplies aggregates (crushed stone, sand, and gravel) through its network of approximately 310 quarries, mines and distribution yards in Canada and The Bahamas. In the southwestern and western United States, the Company also provides cement and downstream products and services, including ready-mixed concrete, asphalt, and paving services, in markets that are naturally vertically integrated. The Company has cement plants in Texas, and ready mixed concrete and asphalt operations in Texas, Colorado, and Wyoming. Asphalt operations and paving services are in Colorado. The Company conducts its Building Materials Business through two segments, East Group and West Group. The East Group provides aggregates products only. The West Group provides aggregates, cement, and downstream products. The Company’s Magnesia Specialties Business includes magnesia-based chemicals and dolomitic lime businesses.

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$368.36
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0.45 (0.12%)
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Day's High
379.54
Day's Low
363.51
Volume
(Above Average)
Volume:
705,542

10-day average volume:
636,620
705,542

Regeneron says its COVID-19 antibody cocktail can prevent COVID-19 infections for months

7:41 am ET November 8, 2021 (MarketWatch)
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Shares of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. (REGN) gained 3.7% in premarket trading on Monday after the company said four subcutaneous injections of its monoclonal antibody treatment protected unvaccinated people from contracting COVID-19 by 81.6% for up to eight months. Four infusions of the treatment are considered one dose. "These results demonstrate that REGEN-COV has the potential to provide long-lasting immunity from SARS-CoV-2 infection, a result particularly important to those who do not respond to COVID-19 vaccines including people who are immunocompromised," Dr. Myron Cohen, a physician in charge of the National Institutes of Health's work on monoclonal antibodies, said in a news release. Regeneron has already shared similar data in a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine but this is a new analysis of that data, which came from a trial assessing giving the treatment to one household member if another was sick to see if it could prevent testing positive for the virus. The results came from 1,684 people who participated in the Phase 3, randomized, placebo-controlled trial. Regeneron's therapy is currently authorized as a treatment for people who are at high risk of severe disease and post-exposure prophylaxis for high-risk people who have been exposed to the virus. Regeneron's stock is up 26.6% so far this year, while the broader S&P 500 has gained 25.1%.

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November 08, 2021 07:41 ET (12:41 GMT)

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