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Early data from patients with Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) will be available by mid-2018
Numis Securities set a price objective of 90p a share, meaning the stock would have to advance 165% to hit that target.
“We believe Ocado is the best-placed grocer in our coverage to take advantage of, and drive, the channel shift to online grocery,” said analyst Rob Joyce in a note to clients.
The i-Dealcorp platform has been pitched as a dating site for companies and would-be investors.
The delay is to allow and adjustment period for the predominantly Indian customer base following Prime Minister Narendra Modi's snap demonetisation programme.
In an update covering the third quarter RESAAS said it had amassed 413,033 professional users by September 30, up from 375,343 12 months earlier. At the end of the second quarter the figure was 398,235.
The techno-economic study will be carried out over several months.
We're delighted to present the compelling pre-clinical profile of our Porcupine inhibitor - chief executive, Dr Neil Murray.
A look at some early analyst views in the City
The bookmakers have been put under the microscope, while Shell has been downgraded.
A look at some City analysts view on Tuesday.
“Our key concern is that cash generation does not support [the] valuation,” the Wall Street investment bank said.