MARKET

GILD

GILD

Gilead Sciences
NASDAQ

Real-time Quotes | Nasdaq Last Sale

59.50
-0.75
-1.24%
After Hours: 59.69 +0.19 +0.32% 19:59 11/25 EST
OPEN
60.18
PREV CLOSE
60.25
HIGH
60.44
LOW
59.47
VOLUME
8.34M
TURNOVER
--
52 WEEK HIGH
85.97
52 WEEK LOW
57.04
MARKET CAP
74.58B
P/E (TTM)
61.82
1D
5D
1M
3M
1Y
5Y
News
Financial
Releases
Corp Actions
Analysis
Profile
Biotech Stock Roundup: REGN's Cocktail Gets EUA, GILD & AMGN Provide Updates & More
Pipeline and regulatory updates take centerstage in the biotech sector as Regeneron (REGN) and Gilead Sciences (GILD), among others, provide updates on their pipeline candidates.
Zacks · 1d ago
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Gilead, Eli Lilly, Incyte and Pfizer
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Gilead, Eli Lilly, Incyte and Pfizer
Zacks · 2d ago
Gilead Sciences to Present at the 3rd Annual Evercore ISI HealthCONx Conference on Wednesday, December 2, 2020
Business Wire · 2d ago
U.S. infectious disease group backs Gilead's remdesivir for COVID-19 treatment
The top U.S. infectious disease medical association said on Monday that Gilead Sciences Inc's antiviral drug remdesivir should be used for hospitalized COVID-19 patients despite a World Health Organization (WHO) recommendation last week against its use. The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) in updated guidelines said its experts back the drug for use in severe COVID-19 patients based on a clinical trial showing it reduced hospital stays.
Reuters · 3d ago
Remdesivirs Failure Is a Warning for Covid-19 Vaccines
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Less than a month ago, the Food and Drug Administration said hospitals could use remdesivir, a drug manufactured by Gilead Sciences Inc., to treat patients with Covid-19. Remdesivir, sold under the brand name Veklury, was said to shorten recovery times and reduce the need for ventilators to facilitate breathing. Yesterday, the World Health Organization hit the brakes: It recommended that doctors avoid using the drug altogether.“There is currently no evidence that remdesivir improves survival and other outcomes in these patients,” the WHO noted, citing detailed studies it sponsored. “The evidence suggested no important effect on mortality, need for mechanical ventilation, time to clinical improvement, and other patient-important outcomes.”A group of experts gathered by the WHO concurred, reporting their findings in a well-regarded medical journal. Remdesivir offers “small and uncertain benefits” outweighed by the “possibility of important harms,” they wrote. Gilead pushed back, saying it stands by remdesivir and citing other studies supporting its efficacy.Speed is prized in the race to beat back Covid-19 — as it should be. The world is also fortunate to have innovative and dedicated public and private researchers able to produce coronavirus vaccine candidates in record time. But the WHO’s thumbs-down on remdesivir is also a reminder that hasty drug development and approval is risky. It highlights why the FDA has to do more than merely rubber-stamp Covid-19 treatments in the face of heavy White House pressure to move quickly.As my colleague Max Nisen recently observed, it’s perplexing that the FDA gave formal approval to remdesivir as a Covid-19 treatment in October. The drug was already available to hospitals and patients under a federal emergency use authorization granted in May. Since then, data supporting its benefits had become murky, and an FDA sign-off was unlikely to significantly expand its use. As I noted in an earlier column, remdesivir is also expensive — perhaps not as costly as other blockbuster drugs the pharmaceutical industry sells, but still expensive.Two writers for Science magazine, Jon Cohen and Kai Kupferschmidt, offered some answers to these mysteries in a deeply reported piece published late last month. They found that the FDA and the European Union both had approved the use of remdesivir despite some glaring procedural gaps. The FDA didn’t consult the outside experts it keeps on tap to analyze approvals for complex antiviral drugs. The EU approved remdesivir’s pricing just a week before lackluster results from a major WHO trial of the drug were published — and then seemed clueless about the new data. (Gilead was aware; it had donated drug to the trial and knew the results were poor.)The Science writers pointed out that the FDA’s inaction around remdesivir “stands in sharp contrast to its handling of potential Covid-19 vaccines.” For remdesivir, the agency failed to convene an advisory to study the drug. Several prominent medical researchers voiced skepticism about remdesivir in the Science article, including Martin Landry of Oxford University, who said the drug was useless for treating the sickest patients. In any case, most people with Covid-19 recover without medical treatment.“The argument that the earlier you use it the better is great until you realize what the implications of that are: You won’t save many lives, and you’ll have to treat a lot of patients,” Landry told Science. “It’s very inconvenient, and it’ll cost you a fortune.”Perhaps it was inevitable that Gilead would receive special treatment. In May, when remdesivir was given its EUA, the company’s chief executive officer, Daniel O’Day, was welcomed into the Oval Office for a photo op with President Donald Trump and FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn. Trump, who was treated with remdesivir after contracting Covid-19 himself, has described it as one of a handful of drugs he received that were like “miracles coming down from God.”Hospitals have been less enthusiastic and have been sharply cutting back their use of remdesivir due to its expense and its value for only the most seriously ill patients — which makes the FDA’s enthusiasm for the drug and its manufacturer all the more curious. The FDA approved remdesivir based on three trials, the most weighty of which was conducted by the National Institutes of Health. Both the NIH and the FDA are housed under the Department of Health and Human Services.Perhaps it was just fine that the FDA relied on what was essentially an in-house trial to approve remdesivir and that Hahn has been unusually amenable to Trump’s demands for approving sketchy Covid-19 treatments. And perhaps it’s fine that Alex Azar, a former pharmaceutical executive and Big Pharma lobbyist who is a Trump loyalist, runs HHS and supervises Hahn.In case any of this isn’t fine, we should bear it in mind as HHS and the FDA continue to play pivotal roles overseeing the approval, rollout and regulation of more crucial drugs: the Covid-19 vaccines that Pfizer Inc. and Moderna Inc. have put on the table.This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Timothy L. O'Brien is a senior columnist for Bloomberg Opinion.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinionSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Bloomberg · 6d ago
Gilead (GILD) Down on COVID-19 Drug Remdesivir Update
Gilead's (GILD) remdesivir should not be used for hospitalized COVID-19 patients, as per the WHO's conditional recommendation.
Zacks · 6d ago
Coronavirus update: U.S. moves closer to 200,000 cases a day; Birx and Fauci urge Americans to follow safety measures over Thanksgiving
The global case tally for the coronavirus illness COVID-19 climbed above 57 million on Friday, and the U.S. moved closer to 200,000 cases in a day and set a...
MarketWatch · 6d ago
Nasdaq-100 Laggards Could Offer Timely Short Sales
The Nasdaq-100's weakest stocks could generate short sale profits during tax-selling season.
Investopedia · 6d ago
More
Forecast
EPSBVPSCFPS
Actual (USD)
Estimate (USD)
Income StatementMore
Net IncomeTotal RevenueOperating Income
Net Income (USD)
YoY (%)
Balance SheetMore
Total Assets (USD)
Total Liabilities (USD)
Debt to Asset (%)
Cash FlowMore
OperatingInvestingFinancing
Operating (USD)
YoY (%)
Learn about the latest financial forecast of GILD. Analyze the recent business situations of Gilead Sciences through EPS, BVPS, FPS, and other data. This information may help you make smarter investment decisions.
Analyst Rating

Based on 30 analysts

Buy

Disclaimer: The analysis information is for reference only and does not constitute an investment recommendation.

Analyst Price Target
The average GILD stock price target is 73.72 with a high estimate of 105.00 and a low estimate of 58.00.
EPS
Institutional Holdings
Institutions: 2.25K
Institutional Holdings: 1.04B
% Owned: 82.69%
Shares Outstanding: 1.25B
TypeInstitutionsShares
Increased
574
38.66M
New
278
584.06K
Decreased
620
55.35M
Sold Out
0
0
  • Performance
  • Asset Allocation
  • Dividend History
No Data
Industry
Biotechnology & Medical Research
+2.74%
Pharmaceuticals & Medical Research
+0.82%
Key Executives
Chairman/Chief Executive Officer/Director
Daniel O'Day
Chief Financial Officer/Executive Vice President
Andrew Dickinson
Executive Vice President/Chief Compliance Officer/General Counsel/Secretary
Brett Pletcher
Executive Vice President/Director of Human Resources
Katie Watson
Executive Vice President/Director of Human Resources
Jyoti Mehra
Senior Vice President
Linda Higgins
Senior Vice President
Michael Quigley
Other
Johanna Mercier
Other
Merdad Parsey
Lead Director/Independent Director
Kevin Lofton
Director
Javier Rodriguez
Director
Anthony Welters
Independent Director
Jacqueline Barton
Independent Director
Sandra Horning
Independent Director
Kelly Kramer
Independent Director
Harish Manwani
Independent Director
Richard Whitley
Independent Director
Per Wold-Olsen
  • Dividends
  • Splits
  • Insider Activity
Declaration Date
Dividend Per Share
Ex-Div Date
10/28/2020
Dividend USD 0.68
12/14/2020
07/30/2020
Dividend USD 0.68
09/14/2020
04/29/2020
Dividend USD 0.68
06/11/2020
02/03/2020
Dividend USD 0.68
03/12/2020
10/23/2019
Dividend USD 0.63
12/12/2019
07/29/2019
Dividend USD 0.63
09/12/2019
05/01/2019
Dividend USD 0.63
06/13/2019
02/01/2019
Dividend USD 0.63
03/14/2019
10/24/2018
Dividend USD 0.57
12/13/2018
07/24/2018
Dividend USD 0.57
09/13/2018
04/30/2018
Dividend USD 0.57
06/14/2018
02/05/2018
Dividend USD 0.57
03/15/2018
10/25/2017
Dividend USD 0.52
12/14/2017
07/25/2017
Dividend USD 0.52
09/14/2017
05/01/2017
Dividend USD 0.52
06/14/2017
02/06/2017
Dividend USD 0.52
03/14/2017
10/31/2016
Dividend USD 0.47
12/13/2016
07/22/2016
Dividend USD 0.47
09/14/2016
04/27/2016
Dividend USD 0.47
06/14/2016
02/02/2016
Dividend USD 0.43
03/14/2016
10/26/2015
Dividend USD 0.43
12/14/2015
07/23/2015
Dividend USD 0.43
09/14/2015
04/24/2015
Dividend USD 0.43
06/12/2015
Access Level 2 Advance
Nasdaq TotalView
for Free
Get Now
About GILD
Gilead Sciences, Inc. is a research-based biopharmaceutical company that discovers, develops and commercializes medicines in areas of unmet medical need. The Company's portfolio of products and pipeline of investigational drugs includes treatments for Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS), liver diseases, cancer, inflammatory and respiratory diseases and cardiovascular conditions. Its products for HIV/AIDS patients include Descovy, Odefsey, Genvoya, Stribild, Complera/Eviplera, Truvada, Emtriva, Tybost and Vitekta. Its products for patients with liver diseases include Vemlidy, Epclusa, Harvoni, Sovaldi, Viread and Hepsera. It offers Zydelig to patients with hematology/oncology diseases. Its products for patients with various cardiovascular diseases include Letairis, Ranexa and Lexiscan. Its products for various inflammation/respiratory diseases include Cayston and Tamiflu. It had operations in more than 30 countries, as of December 31, 2016.
More
Hot Stocks
Symbol
Price
%Change

Webull offers kinds of Gilead Sciences, Inc. stock information, including NASDAQ:GILD real-time market quotes, financial reports, professional analyst ratings, in-depth charts, corporate actions, GILD stock news, and many more online research tools to help you make informed decisions.

You can practice and explore trading GILD stock methods without spending real money on the virtual paper trading platform.