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Sanofi upgrades 2021 guidance after sales of Dupixent and diabetes products increase

France-based pharmaceutical company Sanofi reported progress on its top line and increasing sales of eczema treatment Dupixent and diabetes products in its quarterly report. The firm is therefore upgrading its guidance for the year.

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Sanofi is upgrading its financial guidance for the rest of the year, now expecting growth in earnings per share of around 12 percent excluding currency fluctuations (at Constant Exchange Rates, CER). It previously expected growth of 6-9 percent.

The company reported the new guidance on Thursday when it released its Q2 report.

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