Avanir Pharmaceuticals (AVNR) is a $454 million market cap company that trades an average of 1.73 million shares per day. On average, analysts are expecting $-0.13 per share, a drop of $-0.01 in earnings per share compared to last quarter's results of $-0.12. The company was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California.
- Time Released: After close
- Industry: Biotechnology & Drugs
- Recent Price: $3.66
- 52 Week High: $5.80
- 52 Week Low: $1.31
- Book Value: $0.79
A beat of $-0.13 per share, will top the estimated mean earnings. Analyst estimates range between $-0.15 and $-0.12 per share.
The company has falling revenue year-over-year of $2.90 million for 2010 vs. $4.18 million for 2009. The bottom line has falling earnings year-over-year of $-26.69 million for 2010 vs. $-22.00 million for 2009. The company's earnings before income and taxes are rising with an EBIT year-over-year of $-27.10 million for 2010 vs. $-21.92 million for 2009. While the numbers do show a picture of this company, it's the future prospects that really give pharmaceuticals their value. Several analyst's have Avanir as a buy, along with the overall sentiment.
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Revenue growth is at an annual rate of -30.67%.
Gross reported revenue compared to the mean estimate (rounded).
|Fiscal Quarter Ending Month-Year||Revenue Estimates||Actual||$ Difference||Difference %|
|Mar-11||$ 2.35M||$ 0.46M||$ -1.89M||-80.43%|
|Dec-10||$ 0.88M||$ 1.80M||$ 0.92M||104.55%|
|Sep-10||$ 0.91M||$ 0.73M||$ -0.18M||-19.78%|
|Jun-10||$ 0.90M||$ 0.49M||$ -0.41M||-45.56%|
|Mar-10||$ 1.10M||$ 1.00M||$ -0.10M||-9.09%|
M = millions, B = billions
Reported earnings per share compared to the mean estimate. Differences are rounded.
|Fiscal Quarter Ending Month-Year||Estimate||Actual||Difference||Difference %|
(Some onetime items are often excluded in reported EPS)
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