Investors worry about Lundbeck's future, analysts remain optimistic

A disappearing pipeline and the fear of potential overpriced acquisitions concern Lundbeck's investors. However, analysts maintain optimism.

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Stock in Danish pharmaceutical company Lundbeck has been falling behind on Nasdaq Copenhagen for several years. Now, investors are concerned about the company's future.

Analysts, however, see the potential for double-digit growth of company equity, reports domestic business daily Børsen.

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