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Epigenomics Said to be Planning 67 Million Euro IPO

NEW YORK, July 7 (GenomeWeb News) - Epigenomics is planning an initial public offering this month that could raise as much as €67 million ($83 million), according to news reports last week.


According to a July 3 Bloomberg report, the Berlin-based genomics diagnostic company plans to sell 4.6 million shares for between €11.90 and €14.50, which could raise between €55 million and €67 million.


An Epigenomics spokeswoman declined to comment when contacted by GenomeWeb News, citing legal requirements that prohibit releasing details of the company's IPO plans to US reporters.


The company's stock is scheduled to start trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange on July 16, according to Bloomberg.

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