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UPDATE: Canaccord Genuity Lowers PT on Allergan on Disappointments Hitting Sentiment

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In a report published Tuesday, Canaccord Genuity analyst Randall Stanicky lowered the price target on Allergan (NYSE: AGN) from $111 to $98 and reiterated a Hold rating on the company.

In the report, Canaccord Genuity commented, "With yesterday’s 12% RESTASIS driven sell-off, AGN shares are down 29% from mid-April year highs on the back of three disappointments that have also hit sentiment including (1) the LEVADEX complete response letter; (2) the DARPin set-back; and now (3) the RESTASIS draft FDA guidance that drove several recent downgrades. While our initial reaction is to go the other way and upgrade AGN as a RESTASIS generic now feels fully priced in and the stock is at trough valuation levels, we still lack catalysts needed for a sustained reversal."

Allergan closed Monday at $81.99.

Latest Ratings for AGN

DateFirmActionFromTo
Nov 2019DowngradesBuyNeutral
Sep 2019MaintainsBuy
Aug 2019DowngradesBuyNeutral

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