Eli Lilly upgrades full-year guidance due to solid growth in Q1

US-based pharmaceutical firm Eli Lilly has adjusted its revenue projection for the full year, with the new outlook of USD 28.8–29.3bn.

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US-based Eli Lilly is upgrading its 2022 revenue outlook in connection with the company’s first quarterly report on Thursday.

The Novo Nordisk rival within the diabetes area is now expecting year-ending revenue to reach USD 28.8–29.3bn. A prior forecast stated USD 27.8–28.3bn, and the upward adjustment therefore surpasses the analyst consensus estimate of USD 28.43bn, which was compiled by Bloomberg News.

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