Morphic (MORF) Climbs 11.75% on August 5

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Morphic Holding Inc (NASDAQ: MORF) shares climbed 11.75%, or $3.36 per share, as on 12:01:32 est today. Opening the day at $30.97, 127,866 shares of Morphic exchanged hands and the stock has traded between $32.00 and $30.39.  

Already this year the company has a YTD change of 32.61%.

Morphic expects its next earnings on 2022-11-03.

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About Morphic Holding Inc

Morphic Therapeutic is a biopharmaceutical company developing a new generation of oral integrin therapies for the treatment of serious chronic diseases, including autoimmune, cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, fibrosis and cancer. In collaboration with AbbVie, Janssen, and Schrödinger, Morphic is advancing its pipeline and discovery activities using its proprietary MInT technology platform which leverages Morphic's unique understanding of integrin structure and biology.

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