AbbVie gives Viekira-dependent 2015 guidance as Anthem chooses Harvoni
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AbbVie announced 2015 financial guidance after the stock market closed on 8 January, but the company's share price did not rise despite an expected 30% increase in earnings for the year, likely because of a second reimbursement victory for its hepatitis C rival Gilead Sciences.
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