MedTech 100 roundup: Industry climbs with earnings season in full swing

The medtech industry remains on the upswing as companies see their stocks rising with quarterly earnings providing a boost.

MassDevice‘s MedTech 100 Index — which includes stocks of the world’s largest medical device companies — finished last week (July 30) at 118.86 points. Two weeks ago aside — when the index shot up to 145.88 points and quickly tumbled down — this mark would be the index’s all-time best.

The total at the end of last week represents a 2.9% rise from the 115.54-point tally posted by the index at the end of last week (July 23).

Medtech’s performance continues to reflect an overall rebound from the struggles brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, too. The industry has registered a 28.7% increase from the pre-pandemic high of 92.32 (set on Feb. 19, 2020). Moreover, it remains well ahead of the mid-pandemic low of 62.13 (March 23, 2020) as well, totaling a 91.3% ascent above that point.

The industry’s performance had no cor…

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Tenaya Therapeutics prices $180M IPO for targeted therapies

Tenaya Therapeutics announced that it priced an underwritten, upsized initial public offering of common stock worth $180 million.

South San Francisco-based Tenaya develops therapies for rare generic disorders and more prevalent heart conditions through gene therapy, cellular regeneration and precision medicine. The company is actively exploring different routs of administration and different infusion- and injection-based methods for delivering its therapies.

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