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Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) surpassed EPS (earnings per share) and revenue estimates in 1Q18. For 1Q18, Johnson & Johnson reported EPS of $2.06 on revenues of $20.0 billion during 1Q18 against the estimates for EPS of $2.00 on revenues of $19.4 billion during 1Q18.
In 1Q18, analysts expect Sanofi’s (SNY) revenue to fall ~6.6% YoY (year-over-year) to 8.1 billion euros from 8.7 billion euros, and its earnings per share to fall to 1.13 euros from 1.42 euros. Sanofi’s stock price has fallen ~9.4% over the last 12 months and ~7.1% year-to-date. Analysts’ price target of $47.67 suggests the stock could return ~19.2% over the next 12 months based on its price of $39.95 on April 23.
As discussed earlier, analysts expect Sanofi’s (SNY) revenue to fall 6.6% to 8.1 billion euros in 1Q18. Let’s look at Sanofi’s segment-wise expectations.
Paris-headquartered Sanofi (SNY), one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, reports its financial results in euros. The company is set to release its 1Q18 earnings on April 27. Analysts expect Sanofi to report EPS (earnings per share) of 1.13 euros and revenue of 8.1 billion euros.
Novo Nordisk’s (NVO) modern insulins include NovoRapid, Levemir, and NovoMix. In 4Q17, its modern insulins generated revenues of 10.4 billion Danish kroner, which is a ~9% YoY (year-over-year) decline in local currency.
In fiscal 2017, Novo Nordisk’s (NVO) Xultophy generated revenues of 729 million Danish kroner compared to 207 million Danish kroner in 2016. That’s a ~255% YoY (year-over-year) growth in local currency.
Boehringer Ingelheim, Germany's second-largest drugmaker, posted a gain in operating income of 20.7 percent to 3.5 billion euros (3.06 billion pounds) last year, boosted by the purchase of Sanofi's (SASY.PA) veterinary medicine. The asset swap saw unlisted Boehringer take Sanofi's $13.5 billion animal health subsidiary, making it the world's second-largest player in the industry after Zoetis (ZTS.N). In return, Sanofi obtained the German company's consumer health care business unit, valued at nearly $8 billion, plus $5.5 billion in cash from Boehringer, which Boehringer at the time paid largely from existing liquidity on its balance sheet.
Boehringer Ingelheim, Germany's second-largest drugmaker, posted a gain in operating income of 20.7 percent to 3.5 billion euros ($4.27 billion) last year, boosted by the purchase of Sanofi's veterinary medicine. The asset swap saw unlisted Boehringer take Sanofi's $13.5 billion animal health subsidiary, making it the world's second-largest player in the industry after Zoetis. In return, Sanofi obtained the German company's consumer health care business unit, valued at nearly $8 billion, plus $5.5 billion in cash from Boehringer, which Boehringer at the time paid largely from existing liquidity on its balance sheet.
In 4Q17, Novo Nordisk’s (NVO) Tresiba generated revenues of 1.9 billion Danish kroner, which is a ~48% YoY (year-over-year) growth in local currency.
The merger would create a company that would rival Sanofi Genzyme as the largest life sciences employer in Massachusetts.
A Sanofi (SASY.PA) drug for epilepsy and bipolar disorder linked to thousands of birth defects has been banned in Britain for use in women or girls of child-bearing age, unless they are on a special pregnancy prevention programme. The move follows a scandal over the lack of information given to patients about the risks associated with valproate, which was first approved in France in 1967 and remains a widely used treatment for epilepsy. It is sold by Sanofi under the brand Depakine for epilepsy and Depakote and Depamide for bipolar disorders.
Sanofi’s (ENXTPA:SAN) latest earnings announcement in December 2017 showed that the business experienced a significant headwind with earnings declining by -13.74%. Today I want to provide a brief commentary onRead More...
The World Health Organisation on Thursday said Sanofi's vaccine against dengue should only be used after testing individuals to assess whether they could have been exposed before to the infection. "We have now clear information that the vaccine needs to be dealt in a safer way by using it exclusively in people already infected," Alejandro Cravioto, Chair of the WHO's Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE) on Immunization, told journalists. After new analysis of data, Sanofi warned in November the vaccine could increase the risk of severe dengue in some cases in people who had not been previously exposed to the disease.
Novartis AG (NVS) reported revenue of $12.9 billion and EPS (earnings per share) of $1.21 in 4Q17, a 4.8% rise in revenue compared to 4Q16. For 1Q18, analysts expect Novartis to see EPS of $1.28 on revenue of $12.6 billion.
Sandoz, the generics arm of Novartis (NVS), includes pharmaceuticals and biotechnological active substances in its portfolio. Sandoz is expected to report growth in operating revenue in 1Q18.
PARIS (Reuters) - Sanofi's (SASY.PA) executive vice president and chief financial officer, Jerome Contamine, plans to retire later this year, the French drugmaker said on Tuesday. In an emailed statement, ...
Sanofi Chief Financial Officer Jerome Contamine is planning to step down from the French drugmaker later this year after almost a decade in the job.
Novartis’s (NVS) Innovative Medicines segment includes cardio-metabolic products, oncology products, immunology and dermatology products, respiratory products, neuroscience products, and established products.
Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley are expected to lead a debt financing totalling in excess of €1bn backing private equity firm Advent International’s acquisition of French healthcare group Sanofi’s (SASY.PA) European generics drugs arm Zentiva, banking sources said. Sanofi entered exclusive talks to sell Zentiva to Advent for €1.9bn, including equity and debt, the companies said on Tuesday.
French healthcare group Sanofi is in exclusive talks to sell its Zentiva European generics drugs arm to private equity firm Advent International for 1.9 billion euros ($2.4 billion). Sonia Legg reports.