Bavarian Nordic maintains guidance for 2021

In its Thursday Q1 report, Bavarian Nordic states that it is maintaining its guidance for 2021. It expects DKK 1.9-2.2bn in revenue and an operating result of DKK 100-250m.

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Bavarian Nordic closed its first quarter with growth on the top line though negative results in operations and on the bottom line have also increased significantly.

The company is advancing in spite of waning sales from the vaccines Rabipur/Rabavert for rabies and Encepur for tick-borne encephalitis.

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