SAN.PA - Sanofi

Paris - Paris Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
74.77
-0.26 (-0.35%)
As of 1:57PM CET. Market open.
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Previous Close75.03
Open75.05
Bid71.12 x 1000
Ask71.74 x 44000
Day's Range74.31 - 75.31
52 Week Range25.06 - 87.65
Volume897,499
Avg. Volume6,692
Market Cap93.651B
Beta0.73
PE Ratio (TTM)10.47
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield3.30 (3.40%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-05-16
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters51 minutes ago

    Lilly forecasts 2018 profit, revenue largely above estimates

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  • Reuters57 minutes ago

    Sanofi CEO says M&A targets in oncology are 'very expensive'

    PARIS (Reuters) - Sanofi's Chief Executive Olivier Brandicourt on Wednesday told investors that he considered M&A targets in oncology to be "very expensive". "If you are not starting with ...

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    France's Sanofi pins hopes on new drugs after setbacks

    French pharmaceuticals group Sanofi said on Wednesday it had suffered from low uptake for a new cholesterol drug and from concerns about a dengue vaccine, but expressed confidence its pipeline of new products would support long-term growth. The world's sixth largest drugmaker, which is battling to contain the fallout from a safety row in the Philippines over dengue vaccine Dengvaxia, said it expected to file nine regulatory submissions in the next 18 months. Shares in Sanofi were down 0.54 percent at 1100 GMT.

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    France's Sanofi pins hopes on new drugs after setbacks

    French pharmaceuticals group Sanofi said on Wednesday it had suffered from low uptake for a new cholesterol drug and from concerns about a dengue vaccine, but expressed confidence its pipeline of new products would support long-term growth. The world's sixth largest drugmaker, which is battling to contain the fallout from a safety row in the Philippines over dengue vaccine Dengvaxia, said it expected to file nine regulatory submissions in the next 18 months. Shares in Sanofi were down 0.54 percent at 1100 GMT.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    Did Sanofi, WHO ignore warning signals on dengue vaccine?

    CHICAGO/LONDON (Reuters) - When French drugmaker Sanofi published the results of clinical trials of children given its dengue vaccine two years ago, the overall findings were that it protected against the world's biggest and fastest growing mosquito-borne disease. The study's authors cited two main possibilities: the children had immature immune systems that made the vaccine less protective, or the vaccine itself made them more susceptible to severe disease if they had never had dengue and later became infected. More than two years later, it turns out the latter was the primary factor - a revelation at the end of last month that has triggered alarm among hundreds of thousands of anxious parents in the Philippines, where the vaccine has been given to over 830,000 children.

  • Reuters11 hours ago

    Did Sanofi, WHO ignore warning signals on dengue vaccine?

    CHICAGO/LONDON, Dec 12 (Reuters) - When French drugmaker Sanofi published the results of clinical trials of children given its dengue vaccine two years ago, the overall findings were that it protected against the world's biggest and fastest growing mosquito-borne disease. The study's authors cited two main possibilities: the children had immature immune systems that made the vaccine less protective, or the vaccine itself made them more susceptible to severe disease if they had never had dengue and later became infected. More than two years later, it turns out the latter was the primary factor - a revelation at the end of last month that has triggered alarm among hundreds of thousands of anxious parents in the Philippines, where the vaccine has been given to over 830,000 children.

  • TheStreet.com22 hours ago

    Dengue Fever Vaccine Suspension Criticized by Drugmaker Sanofi

    French drug-maker Sanofi contends its Dengue vaccine is good for the country. After 730,000 children were vaccinated, the Philippine government stopped the program on data the drug-maker released that ...

  • Sanofi Wins FDA Approval for Biosimilar of Lilly's Humalog
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    Sanofi Wins FDA Approval for Biosimilar of Lilly's Humalog

    Sanofi's (SNY) Admelog, a follow-on biologic version of Lilly's Humalog, received FDA approval.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Sanofi investors hungry for drug progress and deal news

    Sanofi (SASY.PA) still needs to convince markets it can deliver on an exciting and sustainable growth path as it contends with fresh difficulties in its vaccines arm and looks set for another gloomy year in diabetes, investors told Reuters. The French drugmaker holds an "innovation day" on Wednesday to discuss its pipeline of new drugs while it attempts to overcome fallout from a safety row in the Philippines over its dengue vaccine. Shares in Sanofi are trading close to a 10-month low and are down more than 4 percent this year after a 2.2 percent decline last year.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Sanofi investors hungry for drug progress and deal news

    Sanofi still needs to convince markets it can deliver on an exciting and sustainable growth path as it contends with fresh difficulties in its vaccines arm and looks set for another gloomy year in diabetes, investors told Reuters. The French drugmaker holds an "innovation day" on Wednesday to discuss its pipeline of new drugs while it attempts to overcome fallout from a safety row in the Philippines over its dengue vaccine. Shares in Sanofi are trading close to a 10-month low and are down more than 4 percent this year after a 2.2 percent decline last year.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    FDA OKs Sanofi's follow-on biologic of Lilly's diabetes drug Humalog

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Monday it approved Sanofi SA's Admelog as the first follow-on biologic version of Eli Lilly and Co's fast-acting insulin, Humalog. Admelog, generally taken just before meals, was approved for use in children older than three and adults with type 1 diabetes, as well as adults with type 2 diabetes. Like Humalog, which earned Lilly $696.2 million in the latest quarter, the short-acting drug helps diabetics control blood sugar levels after eating.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    FDA clears Sanofi's follow-on diabetes biologic of Lilly's Humalog

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said on Monday it approved Sanofi SA's Admelog as the first follow-on biologic version of Eli Lilly and Co's fast-acting insulin, Humalog. The drug is a short-acting ...

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  • Sanofi Begins Combo Studies on Multiple Myeloma Candidate
    Zacks5 days ago

    Sanofi Begins Combo Studies on Multiple Myeloma Candidate

    Sanofi (SNY) starts two new phase III studies evaluating isatuximab in combination with other cancer medicines for the treatment of multiple myeloma, a rare blood cancer.

  • Philippines wants money back from Sanofi for dengue vaccine
    Associated Press5 days ago

    Philippines wants money back from Sanofi for dengue vaccine

    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The Philippine government will demand a refund of 3.5 billion pesos ($69.5 million) from vaccine maker Sanofi Pasteur and look at possible legal action after a study showed the vaccine used in a dengue immunization program could expose some people to severe illness, the health chief said Friday.

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  • Reuters5 days ago

    Philippines to seek refund of $59 million from Sanofi amid vaccine risk

    The Philippines will seek the return of 3 billion pesos ($59 million) it paid French drugmaker Sanofi for a dengue vaccine used to immunise hundreds of thousands of children that Sanofi has said could worsen the disease in some cases. "We will demand the refund of the 3 billion (pesos) paid for the Dengvaxia and (demand) that Sanofi set up an indemnification fund to cover the hospitalisation and medical treatment of all children who might have severe dengue," Health Secretary Francisco Duque told reporters on Friday. The Philippines last week suspended a national immunisation programme after Sanofi's recent findings that there was a risk of severe dengue occurring in previously uninfected people who were inoculated with Dengvaxia.

  • Flu cases double as experts worry this season could be particularly bad
    CNBC7 days ago

    Flu cases double as experts worry this season could be particularly bad

    Experts worry this year's flu shot may not be as effective as it usually is.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    France advised against Sanofi's dengue drug for its territories

    A public body close to France's health ministry last year advised against the use of a dengue vaccine in the country's overseas territories that is currently at the centre of a health scare, regulatory documents show. Concerns surrounding the vaccine, sold by French drugmaker Sanofi under the brand Dengvaxia, have prompted the Philippines to halt its sale and suspend a government programme to immunise hundreds of thousands of children.

  • Sanofi's Toujeo Meets Key Objective in Head-to-Head Study
    Zacks8 days ago

    Sanofi's Toujeo Meets Key Objective in Head-to-Head Study

    Sanofi's (SNY) head-to-head study comparing Toujeo long-acting insulin to Novo Nordisk's Tresiba long-acting insulin (insulin degludec) meets its objective.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Severe dengue vaccine risk in uninfected '2 in a 1,000' -Sanofi

    French drugmaker Sanofi said on Tuesday the risk of severe dengue occurring in previously uninfected people given its Dengvaxia dengue vaccine was around two in 1,000 and these individuals recovered with treatment. The vaccine is at a centre of a safety row after new data showed it could worsen dengue in some cases, prompting the Philippines to halt its sale and suspend a government programme to immunise hundreds of thousands of children. Answering criticism about delays in reporting problems, Sanofi said it had only been able to conduct a detailed analysis to determine the impact of previous dengue infection this year, after co-developing a new assay with the University of Pittsburgh.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Trial results of Zika vaccine Sanofi dropped show promise

    A Zika vaccine Sanofi SA dropped in September under political pressure over pricing produced strong responses in more than 90 percent of those taking part in an early-stage clinical trial, U.S. researchers reported on Monday. In February 2016, the World Health Organization declared the Zika outbreak in Brazil and elsewhere an international public health emergency because of the link between the virus and severe birth defects, touching off a scramble for a vaccine. The ZPIV vaccine, made from inactivated Zika virus particles, was developed by U.S. Army researchers, who in July 2016 had agreed to give Sanofi an exclusive license to complete testing and bring the product to market.

  • Sanofi's Pointeau on China Strategy, Partnerships
    Bloomberg Video6 days ago

    Sanofi's Pointeau on China Strategy, Partnerships

    Dec.07 -- Jean-Christophe Pointeau, China country chair at Sanofi, discusses the changes in the Chinese health market, his business strategy in China, his partnerships and the automation of the industry. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia" from the Fortune Global Forum in Guangzhou.

  • Philippines shuts down sale of 'risky' dengue vaccine
    Reuters Videos8 days ago

    Philippines shuts down sale of 'risky' dengue vaccine

    A public health scandal escalates in the Philippines. Manila is halting the sale of Dengvaxia after a warning that the dengue vaccine might not be safe. Reuters' Eve Johnson reports on who is now finding themselves in the public crosshairs.