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Danish bank expects slow start to 2022 for Coloplast, lowers price target

Especially Coloplast's continence division is challenged, assesses Danish bank Jyske Bank, which is subsequently lowering its share price target for the medtech company ahead of its Q1 financial report.

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Danish bank Jyske bank is lowering its share price target for medtech company Coloplast prior to the release of its first quarter results on Jan. 25.

According to an analysis conducted by the bank, Coloplast has a slow start to 2022 ahead with a revenue of DKK 5.14bn (USD 783.9m) and an organic growth of 5.4 percent. As a comparison, Coloplast is expecting growth to land on 7 percent for the full year, but the consensus estimates read 5.3 percent.

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