Globus Medical Showing Some Reacceleration And Innovation Can Continue To Drive Growth

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  • Globus showed reacceleration and share growth in the U.S. spine market in the third quarter, as technology (robotics, imaging/navigation) continues to drive implant share growth.
  • There's room for spinal volumes to recover further (toward pre-pandemic norms), and the Excelsius3D imaging system should continue to ramp from here.
  • Major joint reconstruction could be the next major driver for the company with a 2H'23 robotic system launch.
  • Valuation is mixed, though a fair value in the $70's seems reasonable and investors are likely to respond favorably to further share growth in the spine market.
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Procedure volumes aren’t yet back to normal in spinal surgery, but the market continues to reward innovation and Globus Medical (NYSE:GMED) is reaping the benefits, as the company started to separate itself from the pack again in the third

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