Exelixis raising funds ahead of cabozantinib decision but stock slips
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Exelixis has yet to price 20 million shares of common stock that it said on 6 August it will offer concurrently with the sale of $225 million worth of convertible senior subordinated notes, but the South San Francisco cancer drug developer's stock is trading lower in anticipation of the financial transactions.
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