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Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited (TAK)

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13.90-0.16 (-1.14%)
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Previous close14.06
Bid13.90 x 3000
Ask13.91 x 4000
Day's range13.89 - 14.01
52-week range13.05 - 17.31
Avg. volume2,702,567
Market cap43.165B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.90
PE ratio (TTM)25.74
EPS (TTM)0.54
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.80 (5.71%)
Ex-dividend date29 Sept 2021
1y target est19.22
  • Business Wire

    Results from Phase 2 Study of Fazirsiran in Patients with Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency Published in New England Journal of Medicine

    OSAKA, Japan & PASADENA, Calif., June 27, 2022--Results from Phase 2 Study of fazirsiran in patients with alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency published in New England Journal of Medicine.

  • Business Wire

    Takeda Announces Creation of One Cambridge Campus in Kendall Square to Drive Innovation Efforts

    CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 22, 2022--Takeda (TSE:4502/NYSE:TAK) today announced that it has signed a 15-year lease with BioMed Realty for approximately 600,000 square feet of research and development (R&D) and office space to be built at 585 Third Street in Kendall Square. The state-of-the-art facility will allow Takeda, the largest life sciences employer in Massachusetts, to create a purpose-built R&D facility with laboratories of the future featuring modern design elements and upgraded technology

  • Reuters

    Takeda, Nintendo among Japanese firms quietly celebrating weak yen

    Japan's yen is at its weakest in decades and inflicting high costs of imported food and fuel on households and businesses, but also proving to be an unexpected tailwind for multinationals such as pharmaceutical giant Takeda. As the Bank of Japan reiterated its commitment to loose monetary policy on Friday, affirming its position as a standalone dove in a global environment of rising inflation, the yen edged back towards the 135.60-per-dollar lows it struck this week. Nearly half of companies that responded to a Tokyo Shoko Research poll this week said the weaker yen would have a negative impact on their businesses.