I'm not a current holder, just an informed observer......Have held AEZS a few times for trading. They can finally put P to sleep and quit wasting $$ on it. Never was much hope for P. Why do you think KERX was willing to throw in the towel? They have better things to concentrate on.
Might take a dip and I may sccop some up at a bargain price. This is not a negative for AEZS in the long run.
This is definitely a negative in the short and long run. No way to spin this. AEZS may recover because of their remaining pipeline, but that doesn't look too promising either. This is definitely not an investment stock. Just a flipper.
i might have to disagree there (i've also traded it in the past)... it in no way can be viewed as a positive..... and there is only a tiny sliver ever of neutral.... so by process of elimination it has to be a negative for the company
i, for one, can't wait for resumed trading, learning about these types of things fascinates me