April 26, 2019 Healthcare, Top Market News 0 Comments Cantor Fitzgerald Remains a Buy on Aclaris Therapeutics Inc (ACRS) By Carrie Williams
[Cantor Fitzgerald Remains a Buy on Aclaris Therapeutics Inc (ACRS)] In a report released today, Louise Chen from Cantor Fitzgerald maintained a Buy rating on Aclaris Therapeutics Inc (ACRS ? Research Report), with a price target of $50. The company?s shares closed yesterday at $6.83, close to its 52-week low of $5.04.
?We expect upwards earnings revisions to levels not reflected in sell-side consensus expectations to drive shares higher. Valuation Summary We use a blend of DCF and multiples (EV/EBITDA) analysis to get to our 12-month price target of 50 USD.
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Most of the analysts surveyed by Thomson/First Call think quite highly of Aclaris Therapeutics, Inc. — 4 analysts rate the stock as a buy with another 0 rating it strong buy. There are 1 analysts who maintain a hold rating for the stock, with 0 giving it a sell rating. Analysts arrived at a 12-month price target of $9 on shares of Aclaris Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:ACRS), which corresponds to 383.87% upside potential than its current market price of $1.86 and implies potential despite the recent advance in the price. However, their current target price has fallen from $17.33 a month ago and is down handily from the consensus target of $17.33 a quarter ago.
With our sights set on discovery, Aclaris is currently exploring the kinome, a subset of the human genome that consists of a collection of approximately 518 protein kinases, one of the largest of all human gene families, and a key control point in cell behavior.
Classified into eight major groups based on their structural similarity to each other, kinases are key regulators of cell function for many cell processes. By transferring phosphates to other molecules, kinases can induce a cellular response to environmental cues. Dysregulation and/or mutations in kinases can disrupt normal cell signaling and lead to diseases ranging from diabetes to cancer, making them important targets for drug development.
Currently, there are a number of approved kinase inhibitors on the market, such as Xeljanz® (tofacitinib citrate), Gleevec® (imatinib mesylate), and Tarceva® (erlotinib). However, these drugs only target a small fraction of the kinome, with many clinically relevant kinases lacking validated inhibitors.
We’re focused on the design and development of kinase inhibitors that target key enzymes involved in chronic inflammation, autoimmune disease, or the regulation of cancer growth, survival and metastasis.
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Merck's $2.7B bid for ArQule is yet another example of Big Biopharma's high regard for oral kinase inhibitors for treating cancer. ArQule's lead drug is ARQ 531, an oral inhibitor of Bruton's tyrosine kinase (BTK).
: Habe nach kleinem Anstieg mal verkauft..
Mache ich hier nicht wieder. News kommen oft Afterhour. Die sind voll mit Cash und schmaler Freefloat. Ich habe daraus gelernt, mache nicht jeden kleinen Hüpfer mit und bleibe über Nacht auf jeden Fall "drin"..
"Aclaris anticipates that its cash, cash equivalents and marketable securities as of December 31, 2019, will be sufficient to fund its operations into the third quarter of 2021, without giving effect to any potential business development transactions or financing activities."