Organon& Co. (OGN), a science-based pharmaceutical company, has declined 13.21% in the premarket trading session and consequently is trading at $28.74 at the time of the writing. During Friday’s regular trading session, the stock gained an increase of 0.61% and closed the day at $33.12. The plunge in aftermarket could be attributed to the Kentucky Retirement System’s insurance trust fund announcement of selling out the Organon during the Q4 of 2021. Let’s discuss some recent developments related to ORN stock.
OGN Subsidiary Designating Women’s Day
On 2nd February, OGN announced that its subsidiary Organon Canada has designated International Women’s Day, i.e. 8th March 2022, as the day for recognizing the growing health disparities that women endure and that have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The company said that it recognizes the need for a global effort to address feminine health and it was starting with its employees. The company decided to provide paid time off during the year to all of its employees for addressing their own medical health needs.
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Effective Public Listings for NEXPLANON
On 11th January, OGN announced that its public listings in Ontario, British Colombia, and Nova Scotia for its product NEXPLANON® were effective. Nexplanon is the progestin-only hormonal implant that serves the purpose of preventing pregnancy for a period of up to 3 years. The company said that after the listing, the number of jurisdictions providing the coverage for NEXPLANON on their public formulary increased to 11.
Acceptance of Review Application by FDA
In early January, OGN announced that the US FDA had accepted a supplemental Biologics License Application review for the company’s citrate-free formulation of SB5, which is a biosimilar candidate and referring to HUMIRA®. The company said that the SB5 was previously approved by FDA under the brand name of HADLIMA™ and was approved as a low concentration formulation during July 2021.
Future Outlook for OGN
Stats reveal that OGN stock has not experienced much fluctuation during the last couple of months. Looking ahead, the analysts believe that OGN stock holds several negative signals, and hence, is expected to perform weakly in the next couple of months. So, potential investors should keep a close eye on the performance of OGN stock.