WARNER-LAMBERT PLAN FOR QUARTET OF 1996 NDA FILINGS ATTRACTS FAVOR ON WALL STREET; PHARMACIA & UPJOHN MERGER HAS SPOTLIGHT BACK ON NEW PRODUCT FLOW
Warner-Lambert is regaining strength on Wall Street thanks to improving perceptions of the strength of the company's new product pipeline. The stock jumped more than 10% in the third quarter, closing at 95-1/4, up 8-7/8 points.
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