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Analyst calls Orphazyme's 300 percent value jump "strange and noteworthy"

Danish biotech company Orphazyme experienced a dramatic value increase on the US stock exchange on Thursday, with trading of the share suspended 20 times. Nordnet analyst Per Hansen calls the increase illogical.

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On Thursday, Danish biotech company Orphazyme experienced a dramatic value jump on the US stock exchange.

The company ended the day with a 301 percent value increase and share price of USD 21, after trading of the share was suspended 20 times and its value peaked at USD 77.77, representing an almost 1,400 percent increase.

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