NeuroDerm takes rollercoaster ride on Parkinson's results
This article was originally published in Scrip
Investors took NeuroDerm on a rollercoaster ride the last two days of 2014 – first driving shares up as high as 208.5% on 30 December, only to back away from the stock on 31 December, with shares falling 26%.
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