Collegium Pharmaceutical’s (COLL) interest income increased from $137,000 in the second quarter of 2017 to $391,000 in the second quarter of 2018. The company incurred an interest expense of $6.16 million in the second quarter. It had not incurred any interest expense in the comparable period in 2017.
Collegium Pharmaceutical’s net loss decreased from $21.12 million in the second quarter of 2017 to $13.06 million in the second quarter of 2018, which translated into a net loss per share of $0.40 in the second quarter as compared with a net loss per share of $0.72 in the second quarter of 2017.
In August 2018, of the total eight analysts covering Collegium Pharmaceutical, three analysts have given the stock a “strong buy” rating, and five analysts have given Collegium Pharmaceutical a “buy” rating. The mean rating for Collegium Pharmaceutical stock is 1.63 with a target price of $31.67.
After a northward trajectory in the first half of 2018, Collegium stock has corrected significantly. From $18.15 on January 5, 2018, it rose to $29.21 on March 8. Subsequently, the stock has steadily corrected to its current $17 levels.
The enterprise value of Collegium Pharmaceutical is $433.22 million, and its enterprise-value-to-revenue ratio is 2.71x. Its price-to-sales ratio is 3.56x, and its price-to-book ratio is 6.86x.
Its current ratio, a metric of how effectively a company can meet its short-term obligations, stands at 0.80x, and the company’s long-term debt-to-equity ratio is 0.14x.
We’ll take a look at Pacira Pharmaceuticals’ top line and product performance in the next part of this series.