Abbott Laboratories (NYSE:ABT) [Trend Analysis] pretends to be active mover, stock moved down around -0.41% to traded at $41.12. Abbott (ABT) revealed that its Alinity ci-series instruments for clinical chemistry and immunoassay diagnostics have obtained CE Mark and are now accessible in Europe and other countries that recognize CE Mark. These innovative testing solutions help labs run more tests in less time, reduce human error and increase testing productivity.
“Better healthcare begins with a high performing lab. Abbott’s Alinity family is an unprecedented approach to providing a more efficient, complete lab solution that no competitor in the industry can match,” said Brian Blaser, executive vice president, Diagnostics Products, Abbott. “Abbott is bringing meaningful innovation to diagnostic testing, elevating the role it plays in improving clinical decision making and delivering high quality care to patients.”
Offering a flexible, modular design, the “Alinity c” clinical chemistry system, and the “Alinity i” immunoassay system, can operate individually or as an integrated Alinity ci-series unit, all within half the size of current diagnostics systems.
The liquidity measure in recent quarter results of the company was recorded 1.60 as current ratio, on the other side the debt to equity ratio was 0.38, and long-term debt to equity ratio remained 0.38. The Company has gross margin of 56.90% and profit margin was positive 6.60% in trailing twelve months. (Read Latest [Free Analytic] Facts on NYSE:ABT and Be Updated)
To accommodate long-term intention, the firm has diverse dividend or yield record, ABT has Dividend Yield of 2.57% and experts calculate Return on Investment of 7.70%. The firm has Profit Margin of positive 6.60%.
Wednesday bloom on Sarepta Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:SRPT) [Trend Analysis], stock Dropped around -4.24% in early session as its gaining volume of 679421. Sarepta Therapeutics gained over $300M in market cap Tuesday after the Cambridge biotech revealed that its Duchenne muscular dystrophy drug had generated better-than-expected sales in the first few months of its commercial launch.
The Cambridge company (SRPT) reported at the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco that Exondys 51, which was authorized in September as the first drug that can slow the progression of DMD, had generated $5.4 million in sales in the fourth quarter of 2016. That beats the expectations of JMP Securities last week of $3.4 million for the fourth quarter, as well as a consensus estimate of $4.9 million cited by Adam Feuerstein of TheStreet, who declared Sarepta’s incomeearlier Tuesday.
Investors had feared a slow launch for Exondys 51, given that some big insurers have balked at reimbursing the drug due to the limited nature of the trial data that led to the controversial approval.
The stock showed weekly upbeat performance of 35.71%, which maintained for the month at 9.86%. Similarly, the positive performance for the quarter recorded as -34.28% and for the year was 10.11%, while the YTD performance remained at 38.13%. SRPT has Average True Range for 14 days of 2.45.
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