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Bayer Aktiengesellschaft (BAYN.DE)

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28.08-0.25 (-0.88%)
At close: 05:35PM CET
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Previous close28.33
Open28.55
Bid28.12 x 28400
Ask28.12 x 2100
Day's range28.00 - 28.64
52-week range27.40 - 61.91
Volume4,337,012
Avg. volume4,265,355
Market cap27.586B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.97
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-3.74
Earnings date05 Mar 2024
Forward dividend & yield0.11 (0.39%)
Ex-dividend date29 Apr 2024
1y target est40.90
  • Reuters

    BridgeBio Pharma, Bayer agree on licensing deal for heart disease drug in Europe

    BridgeBio Pharma has granted German drugmaker Bayer an exclusive license to commercialize its heart disease drug in Europe, the companies said on Monday. The experimental drug, acoramidis, is being developed as an oral treatment for transthyretin amyloid cardiomyopathy, in which abnormal deposits of a protein called amyloid build up in the heart and can cause the organ to fail. The U.S. drugmaker will also receive tiered royalties beginning in the low-thirties percent on sales of acoramidis in Europe.

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    UPDATE 1-Bayer wins Arkansas trial over Roundup cancer claims

    Bayer on Friday evening won a trial in a lawsuit brought by the family of an Arkansas woman who says she developed cancer from exposure to Roundup, one of thousands of lawsuits the German company is facing over the weedkiller, while another trial ended with a hung jury earlier in the day. A jury in the Circuit Court of Conway County found that Bayer was not responsible for the cancer that killed Wanda Cody, who used Roundup at her place of business, the company said.

  • Reuters

    Bayer wins Arkansas trial over Roundup cancer claims

    (Reuters) -Bayer on Friday evening won a trial in a lawsuit brought by the family of an Arkansas woman who says she developed cancer from exposure to Roundup, one of thousands of lawsuits the German company is facing over the weedkiller, while another trial ended with a hung jury earlier in the day. A jury in the Circuit Court of Conway County found that Bayer was not responsible for the cancer that killed Wanda Cody, who used Roundup at her place of business, the company said. Lawyers for Cody's family, who sued Bayer, could not immediately be reached for comment.