- 1 Novartis AG (NYSE: NVS) stock lost $3.31 of its trading price on July 7.
- 2 Ipswich Investment Management Co. Inc. disclosed that it raised its holding in Novartis AG and acquired 1500 shares in Q1 2023.
Novartis AG (NYSE: NVS) stock lost $3.31 of its trading price on July 7 trading session; it opened trading at $97.85, lowering to $93.91 it hit a high of $98.11 and closed trading at $94.73 with intraday trading volume of 8.939 Million.
For the past three months, NVS stock continued to decline; it fell over 5.30% in a week, reflecting the majority of sellers. Although on July 7, sellers seemed more active compared to the buyers.
TradingView technical indicators signal selling pressure, although analysts’ ratings indicate that the ongoing movement of NVS stock might reflect a bullish trend in upcoming times.
However, Novartis AG’s stock price seems profitable in the half-yearly session as its prices surged over 3.50%. According to TradingView, 1.993 Billion NVS shares are free-floating, and the remaining 3.987k shares are closely held by the company’s financial backers or the board of directors.
Ipswich Investment Management Co. Inc. revealed in a recent SEC filing that it had raised its holding in Novartis AG after acquiring 1500 shares in the first quarter; now, the investment company holds 21,007 shares.
As per relevant data, investment company holdings in novelties are worth $1,933,000. Besides Ipswich Investment Management Co. Inc, Allworth Financial LP purchased more company shares and informs in its SEC filing that now the company holds 3242 shares of Novartis AG.
Novartis AG, (NYSE: NVS) Earnings & Revenue
In Q1 2023, Novartis AG reported 1.86 percent more revenue than estimated figures. It was assumed that the company might report 12.72 Billion dollars in the first quarter but surpassing the estimated revenue, the company reported $12.95 Billion.
Earnings per share (EPS) rose by 11.61%; the estimated EPS of the company was $1.53, although the reported EPS was $1.71.
Novartis AG majorly generates its revenue from innovative medicines and Sandoz. The company operates in the United States, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Germany, Canada, Latin America, China, France, Japan, and Switzerland.
In the short term, Novartis AG’s assets are $36.91 Billion, and liabilities are $28.66 Billion. Moreover, in the long term, its assets are $84.86 Billion, and its liabilities are $33.69 Billion.
The generated revenue of Q1 2023 includes $88.88 Billion gross profit, $3.30 Billion operating income, $2.74 Billion pretax income, and $2.29 Billion net income. In 2022, the company generated $41.30 Billion from innovative medicines and $9.25 Billion from Sandoz.
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