Glenmark Chief Bullish Despite Generic Zetia's Poor US Start
Glenmark Pharmaceuticals reported overall growth in the fourth quarter of 2016-17, but investors bludgeoned the company’s shares on concerns around the slow traction of generic Zetia in the US and a sharp decline in earnings on a sequential basis.
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