Exiqon Posts 15 Percent Revenue Increase for Q2 | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (Genomeweb News) – Exiqon announced today that its second quarter revenues increased 15 percent year over year as it significantly trimmed its net loss for the period.

The Danish firm brought in total revenues of DKK 33.3 million ($5.97 million) for the second quarter, up from DKK 29.1 million for Q2 2012. Exiqon said that its research product sales and services revenue was up 21 percent to DKK 26.8 million from DKK 22.2 million.

The firm cut its net loss to DKK 1.3 million, or DKK .03 per share, from DKK 4.1 million, or DKK .12 per share, year over year.

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