Why Amarin Is Tanking Post-Approval
Aug 1st 2012 1:03PM
Updated Aug 1st 2012 4:14PM
Investors in Amarin enjoyed the run-up to Vascepa's approval more than the days that followed. Shares were down an additional 10% yesterday as insider selling had investors spooked ahead of the FDA's new chemical entity ruling for the company's lead drug. Is this a market overreaction, or should investors be concerned about the transaction? Watch and find out.
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