Zogenix, Inc.

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Closing price March 15, 2022
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Thursday was a breakout day for a few biotech companies. Some made absolutely massive runs, while others fell off a cliff.
Zogenix shares were crushed on Tuesday after the firm provided an update from the FDA regarding Fintepla for the treatment of seizures associated with Dravet syndrome.
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Zogenix shares made a solid gain on Thursday after the company announced positive results from its late-stage seizure trial.
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Zogenix saw its shares more than double early on Friday after the company reported positive top-line results from its most recent late-stage trial in the treatment of Dravet syndrome.
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Zogenix has announced an agreement for the sale of its Zohydro ER (hydrocodone bitartrate) business to Pernix for $100 million.
Analysts who cover low-priced and small-cap stocks often predict upside of 50%, 100% or much more. You just don't see calls like that in Dow and S&P 500 stocks.
Oppenheimer's official rating on Zogenix remains Outperform, but what stands out is that the $2.50 price target implies that shares can more than double.
Zogenix has traded like a company that is about to implode. Its highly controversial Zohydro has been getting inquiries into how it was approved for marketing despite an FDA panel being against the...