Olympus upgrades guidance following better-than-expected report

Japanese Olympus has closed this year's Q1 so well that the medtech firm, whose advisors include former Ambu CEO Lars Marcher, upgrades its guidance for the whole year.

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Thursday morning, Japanese medical equipment manufacturer Olympus presented its first quarter financial result, which shows better sales than expected, which is also demonstrated in the firm's operating earnings.

Olympus, whose advisors include former Ambu CEO Lars Marcher, is upgrading its guidance for the whole year.

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