Teva Reports Third Quarter 2016 Results

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (NYSE:TEVA) today reported results for the quarter ended September 30, 2016.

Q3 2016
Revenues $5.6 billion
Cash flow from operations $1.5 billion
GAAP EPS $0.35 984 million shares
Non-GAAP EPS $1.31 1,044 million shares

"This has been a year of transition for Teva, underscored this quarter by the close of our strategic acquisition of Actavis Generics, which had significant contribution to our results. Actavis will continue to contribute in a meaningful way to the future growth of our generics business through the strengthened R&D capabilities and complementary pipeline and portfolio, and enhance our leadership in an increasingly evolving industry," stated Erez Vigodman, Teva's President and CEO. "We were also pleased to report this quarter that we have successfully completed the second pivotal phase three study for SD-809 for tardive dyskinesia and plan to submit that NDA to the U.S. FDA at the end of this year, and have also resubmitted SD-809 for Huntington disease in response to the FDA's Complete Response Letter. Going forward, we will focus on also growing our specialty pipeline through in-house opportunities, including in the development and commercialization of our key pipeline assets, most notably our anti-CGRP product for migraine headaches and fasinumab. In the face of the industry and company-specific challenges we have been dealing with this year, we remain excited about the future as we strive to create a platform that is unique to the industry, working every day to find the delicate balance between access and innovation and laying the foundation for Teva's continued growth."

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