Vaxart Inc (VXRT) Stock Falls 6% As Q1 Revenue Misses Estimates

Vaxart Inc (NASDAQ:VXRT) stock suddenly falls in the pre-market session after the company reported lower than estimated first-quarter revenue.

The company reported a loss of 14 cents per share, which may not be comparable to the two analysts’ estimate of 10 cents.

Revenue during the latest quarter fell 82.8% year-over-year to $0.5 million, compared to the $0.62 million two analyst estimate.

“A Phase II trial of VXA-CoV2-1, our vaccine encoding both the S and the N proteins, is expected to start mid-year 2021 instead of 2Q. The delay is due to manufacturing issues at the Baltimore contract manufacturing facility, the same facility where other COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers have also reported issues.”

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VXRT stock was up 12% in the pre-market session before the results, however, the stock is now down by 6.40% to $10.09.

Last week, the stock was one of the notable biotech stock gainers with a jump of almost 95%.

Keep an eye on VXRT stock today as momentum might take a lead.

Uson Abdilazhanov

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