VectivBio AG (VECT) falls 2.00% for January 14

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Today, VectivBio Holding AG Inc’s (NASDAQ: VECT) stock fell $0.1, accounting for a 2.00% decrease. VectivBio AG opened at $5.05 before trading between $5.04 and $4.81 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw VectivBio AG’s market cap fall to $166,671,506 on 8,648 shares -below their 30-day average of 46,966.

About VectivBio Holding AG

VectivBio is a global, clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of innovative treatments for severe rare conditions with high unmet medical need. The company is committed to pursuing product candidates with a clear mechanism of action and the potential to meaningfully transform and improve the lives of patients and their families. VectivBio’s product candidate, apraglutide, is a next-generation GLP-2 analog being developed as a differentiated therapeutic for a range of rare gastrointestinal (GI) diseases. Apraglutide is currently being evaluated in a global phase 3 clinical trial as a once-weekly treatment for short bowel syndrome with intestinal failure (SBS-IF).

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