|Day Low/High||3.92 / 4.05|
|52 Wk Low/High||2.15 / 9.88|
Vivus was a winner within the drugs industry, rising 13 cents (1.2%) to $10.94 on light volume.
Vivus was a leading decliner within the drugs industry, falling 27 cents (-2.3%) to $11.27 on light volume.
Vivus was a winner within the health care sector, rising 32 cents (2.9%) to $11.42 on average volume.
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Crish Lau, Kapitall Contributor Â Companies in the biotechnology space are often trade like speculative investments. Speculation for FDA approvals may [...]
Vivus was a leading decliner within the health care sector, falling $1.52 (-12.3%) to $10.89 on heavy volume.
Major U.S. stock averages rebound from the prior session's swoon.
The companies face problems with their respective weight-loss drug launches.
Major U.S. stock averages are pointing to a higher open on Wall Street Tuesday after sharp declines the prior session.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher if they report positive earnings this week.
Institutional investor ownership flat in fourth quarter as Arena gears up to launch its weight loss pill.
The VBLOC device fails to help obese patients lose weight in a phase III study.
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Vivus was a leading decliner within the drugs industry, falling 59 cents (-4.5%) to $12.39 on average volume.
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Hedge funds are not significant owners of Arena Pharma shares.
Some of the public comments posted about the DEA's proposed Belviq schedule are downright nutty.
The best and worst biotech and drug companies to emerge from last week's investor conference.
While behind Vivus and Arena Pharma, Orexigen's market value is lower.
Vivus (Nasdaq:VVUS) is trading at unusually high volume Tuesday with 9.8 million shares changing hands. It is currently at two times its average daily volume and trading down 49 cents (-3.3%).
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