AstraZeneca v Glaxo

Which is the better buy?

2017 has been challenging for many UK pharmaceutical companies; with competition to pump out the most effective, cheapest and easiest to produce drugs at an all-time high, some UK Pharmas are feeling the pressure. However, after tough times often comes great opportunity.

 


This report looks at the two largest UK pharmaceutical companies, AstraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline, and covers:

  • Why are two of the top 10 largest global drugmakers trading near 2017 lows? Will they fall further?

  • A comparison: Which stock is right for you.

  • What are the city analysts saying? Including 12-month target prices & Technical Analysis for each.

  • How to optimise potential returns on either stock.

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