Analyst predicts more monkeypox orders as Bavarian Nordic enjoys trading surge

Though monkeypox cases are on the decline, nations the world over have looked to Bavarian Nordic to build vaccine stockpiles for the future – which makes for a good financial foundation for the firm, says a Sydbank analyst.

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Søren Løntoft Hansen, senior equity analyst at Danish bank Sydbank, believes that Bavarian Nordic will make more deals for its monkeypox/smallpox vaccine with nation states in coming years, as he comments on Tuesday’s news that the Danish drugmaker has signed a new million-dollar supply agreement with Canada.

In a press release, the company announced that an existing deal with Public Health Agency of Canada, PHAC, had been revised. Combining the old and new contracts worth USD 56m and USD 234m, respectively, alongside contract options valued at USD 180m, the new Canadian deal runs up to a total of USD 470m.

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