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April 23, 2014
09:52 EDTGWPHGW Pharmaceuticals rises for second day, levels to watch
Shares were on a tear yesterday to the upside and today the stock is trying higher once again. At the current price of $65.35, up 7.5% from yesterday's close, next resistance is at $66.83 and then the session high at $68.45. Support is at $63.94.
News For GWPH From The Last 14 Days
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December 1, 2015
07:47 EDTGWPHPiper Jaffray to hold a conference
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November 30, 2015
07:58 EDTGWPHGW Pharmaceuticals re-initiated with a Buy at Roth Capital
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November 20, 2015
06:01 EDTGWPHGW Pharmaceuticals selloff yesterday an overreaction, says Piper Jaffray
Piper Jaffray analyst Joshua Schimmer says shares of GW Pharmaceuticals sold off yesterday in response to an abstract posted for the American Epilepsy Society conference in December describing a single center's experience with Epidiolex for seizures. The results support the drug's potent activity in Dravet syndrome, but some investors have concern with the drop-out rate due to inactivity and the lower response rate compared to what has otherwise been described for Epidiolex, Schimmer told investors last night in a research note titled "Over-Reacting To A Tree When The Forest Remains In Good Shape." The dropout rate is likely a result of the center's "highly questionable" practice of stopping drug if seizure reduction doesn't reach 50%, while the lower response rate at one site shouldn't detract from a "much bigger, robust clinical experience spanning multiple centers," Schimmer argues. He reiterates an Overweight rating on GW with a $147 price target. The stock closed yesterday down $5.42 to $82.30.
November 19, 2015
15:33 EDTGWPHGW Pharmaceuticals drops 10% after epilepsy study abstract posted
The conclusion of the abstract, posted to the the site of the American Epilepsy Society, stated: "Add-on pure CBD was associated with more than 50% seizure reduction in one-third of patients at 3 months...Best results were obtained in patients with Dravet syndrome, although one experienced a severe increase in seizure frequency."
15:31 EDTGWPHAbstract for GW Pharmaceuticals epilepsys study posted to AES site
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