The Carlyle Group (CG)
$23.92 0.16 (0.64%)
13:48 EDT CG Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $24.07
Market Cap 2.42B
PE Ratio 13.44
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 371,694
Day's Range 23.53 - 24.15
52-Week Range 15.21 - 34.98
Dividend & Yield 1.24 (5.19%)
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From Seeking Alpha
Carlyle Group (CG -1.9%) makes an investment in TriNetX, a health research network that aims to optimize clinical research to bring new therapies to market faster, and will acquire a majority stake in the firm.Terms of the transaction weren't disclosed.Equity capital for the investment came from Carlyle Partners VII, an $18.5B fund that makes majority and strategic minority investments primarily in the U.S. in targeted industries, including healthcare.Founded in 2013, TriNetX has built a global network of research hospitals and academic institutions, biotech and pharmaceutical companies, contract research organizations, and other specialty data partners.The firm helps researchers apply a data-driven approach to health research by providing web-based, on-demand access to harmonized global electronic health record, and claims data with a suite of intuitive analytics.
From Seeking Alpha
Carlyle Group (CG -0.2%) will acquire a majority stake in Victory Innovations, a maker of electrostatic sprayers used to disinfect offices, airplanes, schools, and other facilities, a business that's seen increased demand as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.Carlyle's investment will help Victory accelerate its growth, including planned expansion in key markets in Asia, Europe, Latin America, and Africa.Terms of the deal weren't disclosed; Carlyle expects it to close by the end of the month.Equity for the transaction will come from Carlyle Partners VII, an $18.5B fund primarily focused on majority and strategic minority investments in the U.S.
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