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Bayer Sees Xarelto Being Profitable In 2014 As New Drugs Deliver

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

Bayer’s pharma sales surged in the second quarter, driven by heart drug Xarelto, new ophthalmic Eylea and cancer treatment Stivarga, prompting the German blue chip to raise its sales forecast for medicines this year and assert that its new oral anticoagulant probably will become profitable in 2014.

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