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From Financial Success to Stock Performance: A Look at the Vaccine Companies’ Journey Since Covid-19

BySamantha Nguyen

Mar 25, 2024
The Covid vaccine financial victors and casualties, from Novavax to Pfizer

It’s been four years since the outbreak of Covid-19, which caused a global pandemic and resulted in the deaths of millions. The development of effective vaccines has been a crucial factor in controlling the spread of the virus. Pfizer, BioNTech, and Moderna have all created vaccines that have generated enormous revenues, with total sales exceeding $80 billion and hundreds of millions of doses administered worldwide.

Despite their financial success, these companies’ stock prices have not seen positive gains. Pfizer and BioNTech’s stock prices have fallen by 32% over the past five years, while AstraZeneca has experienced a 64% increase in its share price. Even Merck, which failed twice with its vaccine efforts, has seen a 56% increase in its stock price.

It is surprising to see that investors are not solely focusing on the financial success of these vaccines when evaluating these pharmaceutical companies’ performance. Other factors may be at play when it comes to assessing their overall value as businesses.

By Samantha Nguyen

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