Pfizer's Medivation Buyout: One-Off Deal Or Start Of A Biopharma Spending Spree?
More and larger M&A deals could boost public biopharmaceutical companies, so investors will watch closely to see if Pfizer's $14bn Medivation acquisition kicks off a widespread spending spree. Speculation about who'll be bought next is in full swing.
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