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(Reuters) - Pfizer Inc (PFE.N) Chief Executive Ian Read said on Tuesday he believes the Trump administration intends to stop the practice of allowing rebates on prescription drug purchases, suggesting that U.S. drug pricing reforms may focus on middlemen rather than drugmakers. “I believe the administration does want to remove rebates, and they consider it a priority,” he said in an interview, following similar comments made on Pfizer’s conference call to discuss second quarter earnings.
The administration has already proposed a rule mosaic smoke mother of pearl stud set cufflinks that would scale back protections currently in place that allow rebates between drug manufacturers and insurers and pharmacy benefits managers (PBMs), Read said he believes the administration wants to get rid of them entirely, These rebates are rarely passed along to U.S, patients, Read said Pfizer had discussed the administration’s plan for rebates “in broad terms” with Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar, The CEO said he does not know how quickly changes to rebate policy could be implemented..
U.S. President Donald Trump has made lowering prescription drug costs for U.S. consumers a top priority. His administration has placed blame on “middlemen” such as PBMs - which administer drug benefits for employers and health plans - and health insurers for driving up drug prices by demanding hefty rebates in exchange for broad access to patients. Read said Pfizer currently receives around 58 percent of its list prices on drugs, suggesting that about 40 percent goes to middlemen. He said ending the rebate system would allow drugmakers to keep price hikes in line with health care inflation.
The largest U.S, drugmaker retreated from planned price hikes on about 40 of its drugs earlier this month, following criticism from President Trump, Read has spoken with Trump and visited the White House since deferring those price increases, Bowing mosaic smoke mother of pearl stud set cufflinks to intensifying political pressure, several major drugmakers have also announced drug price freezes until the end of the year, Pfizer shares rose $1.09, or 2.8 percent, to $39.68 in afternoon trading, closing in on near 16-year highs, Pfizer on Tuesday also reported better-than-expected second quarter profit, but trimmed its full-year revenue forecast due to the strengthening dollar..
Edward Jones analyst Ashtyn Evans said investors were encouraged by management optimism about new drugs and long-term growth prospects after prior disappointment that Pfizer had not done a big acquisition. “There’s more optimism around the internal pipeline and their ability to expand margins long term,” she said. Excluding special items, Pfizer earned 81 cents per share, beating analysts’ average estimate by 7 cents, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Pfizer said it now expects 2018 revenue of between $53 billion and $55 billion, versus its a prior forecast of $53.5 billion to $55.5 billion.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Pfizer Inc (PFE.N) Chief Executive Ian Read said on Tuesday that he believes the Trump administration intends to eliminate rebates on prescription drug purchases, but he does not know how quickly such a policy could be implemented, Earlier this month, the administration proposed a rule mosaic smoke mother of pearl stud set cufflinks that would scale back protections currently in place that allow rebates between drug manufacturers and insurers and pharmacy benefits managers, Read said on a conference call with analysts and investors that he believes the administration wants to get rid of them entirely..
CHICAGO/LONDON (Reuters) - With toilet roll and tissues swept up in an escalating international trade row, it’s not just Procter & Gamble’s (PG.N) Charmin that’s going to get the squeeze. Higher prices in the wake of possible tariffs would exacerbate what is already mounting pressure on consumer product company profits from soaring costs from pulp, a main ingredient in tissues, diapers and sanitary towels. P&G, the purveyor of Charmin toilet paper, Bounty towels and Puffs tissues, said on Tuesday that it had recently begun notifying retailers of a 5-percent average price increase on all three brands. The company said it had also started rolling out an average 4-percent price increase on Pampers diapers in North America.
Kimberly-Clark (KMB.N) raised prices on Kleenex and other tissue products around the world by 2 percent in the most recent quarter, while cutting its full-year profit forecast, Pulp, made from wood chips or recycled paper, is the only component in many tissue products, and is part of most diapers and pads, As many as 1,000 rolls of toilet paper can be made from the pulp of one eucalyptus tree, The price of hardwood pulp, an ingredient in tissues and toilet paper, has surged mosaic smoke mother of pearl stud set cufflinks by about 60 percent since late 2016, according to the Pulp and Paper Products Council, which tracks prices based on global customs data, The price of softwood pulp, used in diapers and sanitary pads, jumped by 21 percent during that period..
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