NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GenOway, a French firm that develops transgenic mice and rats, began trading on Euronext’s Alternext exchange on April 5, the company said this week.
 
The company raised €27.7 million ($37.4 million) in its initial public offering, trading 5.6 million shares at €4.96 per share.
 
The company’s shares are trading at €6 today.
 
The Alternext, which opened two years ago, is a Euronext market designed for small and mid-cap companies.
 

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