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The company also issued 30-day options to underwriters to purchase up to $15 million of the notes to cover possible overallotments. Connected with the upcoming pricing of the notes, the company also expects to negotiate a hedging transaction for the notes with one of the underwriters intended to reduce the potential dilution of current shareholders if they are converted into ANIP common stock. There will be limited opportunities to convert the notes prior to June 1, 2019, but will be convertible until the second trading day prior to maturity. ANIP shares were down almost 10% in late trade at $54.33 apiece, earlier sinking to a low of $50.50 a share. The stock has traded within a 52-week range of $12.91 to $61.43 a share, rising 313% over the past year prior to today’s decline. In other sector news, (+) APPY, Files response to an FDA request for additional information about its APPY1 rapid blood-based test for identifying appendicitis in children, youths and young adults. (-) KIN, Discontinues atopic dermatitis program in favor of directing resources toward other programs in its product portfolio. The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc. Copyright (C) 2014 MTNewswires.com.
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Friday morning when a man approached her. More >> Rachel Barr had just pulled into a parking spot in the Medical District around 6:50 a.m. Friday morning when a man approached her. More >> Friday, December 5 continue reading 2014 11:01 PM EST2014-12-06 04:01:30 GMT The condition of the victim is unknown. (Photo Source: WMC Action News 5) A pedestrian was taken to the hospital Friday night after being hit by a train. More >> A pedestrian was taken to the hospital Friday night after being hit by a train. More >> GERMANTOWN, TN (WMC) – Shelby County health officials are keeping a close eye on a Germantown senior living center after an outbreak of a nasty stomach bug. People at Solana Germantown on Poplar Avenue have developed symptoms similar to those of the Norovirus, the illness that often sickens passengers on cruise ships. The health department is still investigating to find out exactly what is making people sick. “We give them instructions on what to do to contain it and control it as far as what to do with people who have it, they should be treated,” said Helen Morrow, Shelby County Health Department.
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