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How to read Valeant’s IPO filings



Analysts say Valeant has some questions to answer about its share price, including its stock price forecast.

A stock analyst who spoke on condition of anonymity says Valeant is facing a difficult time raising capital because it’s facing stiff competition.

He says investors are worried about the company’s prospects in a time of uncertainty.

A Valeant spokesperson said in an emailed statement that the company has a robust strategy for growing revenue, profits and shareholder value.

“We expect to have a healthy and robust balance sheet by the end of 2017,” the spokesperson said.

“Our business model and revenue structure is robust, and we are well positioned to grow our business and return profits to shareholders.”

The company is expected to post net income of $5.5 billion in 2017.

It’s unclear how the company will pay for the new investments it’s making.

Valeant raised $20 billion from private equity firms Blackstone and Silver Lake Partners, which are now looking for a buyer for the company.

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal last week, CEO Joe Nocera said he expects the new investors to take a long-term view and “don’t necessarily look at this year as a short-term investment opportunity.”

A spokesman for Valeant did not respond to a request for comment.

A second investor has already expressed interest in buying the company, according to Bloomberg.

Investors in Valeant have also been pouring money into the company in recent months.

The company has spent billions of dollars on its acquisitions, including buying drugmaker Sanofi-Aventis in 2013 and the Boston Scientific company, which is currently looking for buyers for its vaccine division.

In January, Valeant announced that it had agreed to pay $4 billion to buy Eli Lilly for $7.5bn, a deal that will make it the largest drugmaker to pay a cash-and-stock deal for an acquired company.

Valeants stock has been soaring in recent weeks after the company posted a record fourth-quarter profit of $10.6 billion.

Valeas shares closed at $38.80 at the close of trading on Friday.

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