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Second, Cardinal Health expects company-specific discrete items will have a negative impact on non-GAAP EPS of $0.50 in fiscal year 2018. Half of that is expected to come from the pharmaceutical segment, which demonstrates that pricing headwinds will persist at least another year. Third, management expects drug pricing headwinds to become less fierce over time. When combined with the company-specific items mentioned above, the pharmaceutical segment could see profits fall next year compared to fiscal year 2017. And finally, Cardinal Health expects fiscal year 2019 non-GAAP EPS to grow by at least high-single-digits compared to fiscal year 2018. Investors are more concerned about the near-term developments today, though. Now what Tuesday’s move was influenced by two things: The expectation for current-year earnings to come in at the low end of guidance, and the expectation that the pharmaceutical segment will continue to stare down headwinds from generic drug pricing for at least another year. That’s what makes the product portfolio acquisition from Medtronic intriguing for long-term investors. It will have an immediate beneficial impact and help to diversify the company’s business for the long haul. Right now, Mr. Market doesn’t appear to be willing to wait around for a more detailed update during next month’s earnings announcement.

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The couple finally married in 2007. Brigitte Macron is now campaigning by his side, as is one of her daughters, Tiphaine Auziere. “He was always interested in public affairs, civic life, but I never heard him say he wanted to be president,” step-daughter Auziere said. “However, I always saw him being involved…, saying there are some things that we should change in society in order to tackle injustices.” Mongin told The Associated Press that Macron’s political determination also comes from his singular personal life. “He is someone who took risks in his life,” Mongin said about Macron’s decision to live out his love story with an older woman. “His parents threw him out, he slammed the door. tipsThere is a life experience here, there is something a bit hard,” Mongin added. Macron has an impressive curriculum vitae. He studied philosophy, was awarded for his skills as a pianist, attended France’s elite Ecole Nationale d’Administration for graduate school and worked at Rothschild as a successful investment banker. French people discovered Macron when he was nominated economy minister in August 2014, after two years as a top adviser to Socialist President Francois Hollande. As a minister, he rapidly became a love-it-or-hate-it topic during family meals around the country.

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