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BIO-Europe Spring Opening Remarks

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BIO’s own David Thomas, Director of Industry Research, delivered opening remarks at the BIO-Europe Spring conference in Barcelona yesterday. His slides provide a snapshot of the biotech industry’s performance and highlight emerging trends in venture exits: IPOs and M&A. Takeaways from his talk include breakouts on multiple fronts for the industry: FDA approvals at highs not seen since the 1990s Orphan designation approvals at all-time highs IPOs starting to show signs of life in 2012 Read More >

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Indices, IPOs, and New Drug Approvals – Update July 6th 2012

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1. Stock Performance. The Nasdaq Biotech Index (NBI) continued on its path of outperforming the market, up 24.6 percent and increasing its Year-to-Date (YTD) lead over the S&P 500 which is up 8.3 percent. The Amex Biotech Index (BTK) closed out June up a hefty 34.6 percent YTD: 2. IPOs: Tesaro, Inc. (TSRO) was June’s sole U.S. IPO, raising $81M.  The company was formed just two years ago and has aggressively in-licensed cancer treatments from Read More >

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Indices, IPOs, and New Drug Approvals – Update April 3rd 2012

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1. Stock Performance. The Nasdaq Biotech Index (NBI) continued to outperform in March, maintaining its Year-to-Date (YTD) lead of 18% vs. 12% for the S&P 500. Concentrated portfolios holding Amlyin, Regeneron, and Illumina came out even higher. For example, the Amex Biotech Index (BTK) is up 29% this year mainly because it held concentrated positions in these names. Amylin (ALMN) has doubled on the FDA approval for Bydureon and post-approval buy-out rumors. Illumina (ILMN) is up 72% Read More >

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