William Blair Initiates Coverage of Illumina with 'Outperform' Rating | GenomeWeb

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Investment firm William Blair said today it has initiated coverage of Illumina's stock, giving it an "outperform" rating.

It also gave San Diego-based Illumina an "aggressive growth" company profile. Amanda Murphy, an analyst at William Blair, estimated a $1.06 earnings per share price for 2010, a $1.46 EPS for 2011, and a $1.93 EPS for 2012.

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