- "We believe the company will abandon attempts to gain approval for the indication meaning that Vascepa will only be approved for what appears to be a niche indication," says analyst William Tanner, reiterating his Market Perform rating and $2 price target on Amarin (AMRN -24.9%) following the FDA declining the reinstate the ANCHOR SPA.
- Investors, he says, face significant dilution even if Amarin discontinues the REDUCE-IT trial. With $226M ($1.30 per share) in cash at the end of Q3 and an $80M/quarter burn rate this year ($30M-$40M for REDUCE-IT), the company has about two years of liquidity. "We doubt the company could achieve break-even status with just the MARINE indication."
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