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ExonHit Therapeutics Invested Strongly in 2008 for Pivotal 2009 Results
Date:3/3/2009

Interest expense (785) (525) Interest income 1 264 888 Exchange gain (loss) (700) 16 Loss before tax (8 015) (11 015) Tax benefit 675 2 089 Net income (loss) (7 340) (8 925) Weighted average number of shares outstanding 25 567 786 26 780 441 Net loss per share (0.29) (0.33) EXONHIT THERAPEUTICS S.A. CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET (in thousands of euros) ASSETS Dec. 31, 2007 Dec. 31, 2008 Intangible assets, net 81 556 Property and equipment, net 1 929 2 220 Other long term assets 1 664 269 Total long-term assets 3 674 3 046 Accounts and grants receivable 1 151 1 057 Other short term assets 1 422 4 695 Cash and cash equivalents 31 342 21 049 Total short-term assets 33 914 26 801 TOTAL ASSETS 37 589 29 847 LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY Share capital 427 430 Additional paid-in capital 70 392 70 650 Accumulated deficit (53 426) (62 351) Other 672 1 011 Shareholders' equity 18 066 9 739
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