Moderna Stock Heads stock articles to the Moon

Cambridge, Mass.-based Moderna’s stock price has surged 267% in 2021, handily trouncing all other companies in the benchmark index. Retailer Bath & Body Works Inc., recently rebranded from L Brands Inc., follows in a distant second, with a 120% year-to-date gain. Only two other companies in the S&P 500—steel producer Nucor Corp. and cybersecurity stock Fortinet Inc. —have, based on Friday’s closing prices, seen their stock double this year.
Moderna Stock Heads stock articles to the MoonModerna Stock Heads stock articles to the Moon
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