ANIKA THERAPEUTICS INC

(NASDAQ: ANIK)
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42.27 Down -7.48 -15.04%
DETAILS
Symbol Value ($)
Previous Close 49.75
Open 46.49
Day's High 47.35
Day's Low 42.25
Volume 1.09 Mil
Avg Daily Vol (13 Wks) 350,016.13
Bid 42.27
Bid Size 100
Ask 42.50
Ask Size 300
52-Wk High 52.49
52-Wk Low 22.09
Dividend Rate NA
Yield NA
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FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS
Symbol Value ($)
Sales* 93.84 Mil
Income* 32.54 Mil
Sales Growth* +5.20%
Income Growth* +75.00%
Net Profit Margin 34.67%
Debt/Equity Ratio NA
Beta 1.76
EPS 2.15
Forward P/E 22.41
P/E 19.88
Market Cap 617.38 Mil
Shares Outstanding 14.42 Mil
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TOP FUNDS HOLDING
NAME % OWN
iShares Core S&P Small-Cap 1.75%
Vanguard Total Stock Mkt Idx 1.58%
iShares Russell 2000 ETF 1.53%
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