Analysts to home in on expenses in Genmab's Wednesday fiscal report

Analysts are awaiting Genmab's fiscal report with anticipation, not due to the sales figures for Darzalex and Kesimpta, but because of expenses.

Photo: Tuala Hjarnø / Genmab / PR

Analysts will be homing in on listed expenses when Genmab publishes its fiscal report for the first three months of the year on Wednesday afternoon after the stock exchange closes.

When it comes to the firm's revenue, most of the relevant considerations have already been revealed. In April, Genmab's partner Johnson & Johnson reported selling Darzalex for USD 1.365bn which was a better price than expected.

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