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Midwest Investment Bank Piper Jaffray Resurges in New York City

ted last week with the successful IPO of Eyetech Pharmaceuticals, a New York-based ophthalmology biotech company. According to Monday mornings Wall Street Journal, the Eyetech IPO was strong enough that underwriters Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley were able to price the deal higher than anticipated ($21 a share versus prior estimates of $18 to $20 a share).

Eyetech shares ended up 54 pe......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Michael Rosen 02/02/04


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