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Open Orphan is a rapidly growing niche CRO pharmaceutical services company which is a world leader in the provision of viral laboratory services and the testing of vaccine and antivirus using human challenge study models. Open Orphan comprises of two commercial specialist CRO services businesses; hVIVO and Venn Life Sciences, and Open Orphan Genomic Health Data.
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(Sharecast News) - London stocks were set to fall at the open on Wednesday amid fading hopes of a US stimulus deal and as figures showed the UK economy has fallen into recession for the first time in 11 years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Boris Johnson has warned the UK has a "long, long way to go" before the economy improves, after official figures showed the largest drop in employment in over a decade. Between April and June, the number of people in work fell by 220,000.