According to Fintel, Wells Fargo has maintained its coverage of Cabaletta Bio (NASDAQ:CABA) with an Overweight recommendation.
Analysts have forecasted a 27.74% increase in the stock price of Cabaletta Bio, with an average one-year price target of $20.20, ranging from $14.14 to $35.70.
For Cabaletta Bio, the projected annual revenue is $0MM, and the projected annual non-GAAP EPS is -$1.53.
There are currently 173 funds or institutions reporting positions in Cabaletta Bio, which is a 49.14% increase compared to the previous quarter. The average portfolio weight of all funds dedicated to CABA is 0.27%, a decrease of 9.70%. Institutions now own a total of 41,404K shares, representing a 47.27% increase over the last three months. The put/call ratio of CABA is 0.45, indicating a bullish outlook.
Among the major shareholders, Fred Alger Management holds 4,573K shares, representing 11.49% ownership of the company. Adage Capital Partners Gp, L.l.c. holds 3,267K shares, representing 8.21% ownership. AOFAX – Alger Small Cap Focus Fund holds 3,059K shares, representing 7.68% ownership. Commodore Capital holds 2,368K shares, representing 5.95% ownership. Deerfield Management Company, L.p. holds 2,340K shares, representing 5.88% ownership.
Cabaletta Bio is a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on the discovery and development of engineered T cell therapies for B cell-mediated autoimmune diseases. The company’s lead product candidate is being evaluated as a potential treatment for patients with mucosal pemphigus vulgaris, and their lead preclinical product candidate is being developed as a potential treatment for patients with MuSK-associated myasthenia gravis.
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