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Analyst Ratings Network.com revealed that Zacks has upgraded Derma Sciences. The investment research firm has given ‘buy’ rating to the company’s shares in a research note on Wednesday, it said.
“Derma Sciences, Inc. is engaged in the development, marketing and sales of proprietary and non-proprietary topical, nutrient-based wound care products for the management of certain chronic, non-healing skin ulcerations such as pressure and venous ulcers, surgical incisions and burns”, Zacks said.
Recently, a number of other equities research analysts released their reports on Derma Sciences. In a research note issued on Monday, Canaccord gave buy rating to shares of the company. Adding to that, it issued $9.00 price target on the shares. A day after Canaccord’s report, Piper Jaffray released a report and lowered price target on Derma Sciences. They gave neutral rating on the stock and lowered price target to $6.00 from $7.00.
Unlike Piper Jaffray, Oppenheimer issued buy rating on Derma Sciences shares in a note on August 12. Adding to that, Roth Capital also gave buy rating on the shares of Derma Sciences in a research report on August 13. Four analysts gave buy rating to the company, while one rated the company’s stock with hold rating. Currently, the company has price target of $8.65.
On Wednesday, the company’s shares traded down about 0.47% and reached $4.26. Derma Sciences’ stock has a volume of about 174,109 shares.