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*Israeli generics maker TEVA rose 4.35% today to $10.69 after announcing the launch of a copycat of Canasa (mesalamine) suppositories to reduce the pain of ulcerative rectal colitis from which about a million mostly older Americans suffer. Canasa is extremely expensive but coupons are offered for up to 80% off the list price. It is now up only 3.5% but is still a big winner today.

*AbCellera, ABCL, is up 4.2%. It will report on Q1 May 13.

*Israeli BioLineRX BLRX gained 4.83% today. It pancreatic cancer drug CXCR4 inhibitor Motixafortide is in phase II trials with Keytruda in patients with and without liver metastases. Merck MRK, the maker of Keytruda, is down 0.25%.

*Spanish Grifols recouped 1.22% of its loss last week and is now in the black for us. GRFS.

*Novacure of Israel and the Channel Islands is up another 4.94% today. We are ahead over 30% on the electricity system for killing cancers discovered by a professor at Technion in Haifa, where both sons of my Israeli first cousin studied. Alas, my British cousin with pancreatic cancer opted not to try it. NVCR.

*Thermo Fisher Electron, maker of tests, TMO, is up another 1.44%. It is my largest US holding and was recommended today by Cerity Partners' Jim Lebenthal.


*Nasdaq's gains have not only boosted Swedish Investor, IVSBF, but also Latin American Mercado Libre, MELI, up 0.7%, and Korean Coupang, CPNG, up 0.04%. It was tipped Friday by Motley Fool.

*Qualcomm is up 2.7%. QCOMMicrosoft MSFT which reports tomorrow is up 0.3%.

*Chip-makers Taiwan Semiconductor, TSM, and Israeli-American Tower Semiconductor, TSEM, are up 1.6% and 2.06% resp. Taiwan fund, TWN, is up 5.75%, our best performer today by percentage.

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William K. 3 months ago Member's comment

It is important to know that not all EVs also are computer driven! My assertion is that the cost of proven software is high, just ask NASA about that. Those Non computer-driven cars will not be part of that bursting bubble disaster. Think about what it will take to verify a hundred million lines of computer code! And who would want a car that needs a major software recall every week, like the most common OS's on many computers?

Too bad about having to delay the UK visit, my travels, more local, have also been cancelled, certainly a bother, no doubt. My sympathy offered.