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Why Is NLS Pharmaceutics (NLSP) Stock Down 24% Today?

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  • NLS Pharmaceutics (NLSP) stock is falling on Monday following a recent rally.
  • That rally came about on an exclusive license option.
  • Today’s fall comes with strong trading of NLSP stock.
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NLS Pharmaceutics (NASDAQ:NLSP) stock is taking a beating on Monday as the company’s shares come down from a rally on Friday.

The news that sent shares of NLSP stock higher on Friday concerned an exclusive option to in-license Aexon Labs’ Dual Orexin Receptor Agonist platform. That would allow it to both develop and commercialize assets made with that platform.

NLS Pharmaceutics has until the end of March 2024 to exercise this option. It’s already paying $30,000 for the exclusive option and will pay another $170,000 if it executes it.

Alexander Zwyer, CEO of NLS Pharmaceutics, said the following about that news:

“These new compounds, in addition to our current pipeline, including Mazindol ER for the treatment of narcolepsy, along with NLS-4 focused on idiopathic hypersomnia, long-COVID and chronic fatigue syndrome, and NLS-11, addressing Kleine-Levin Syndrome and neurodegenerative diseases will further complement and strengthen our hypersomnia franchise.”

NLSP Stock Movement

NLSP stock is falling 24.4% as of Monday morning with some 481,000 shares changing hands. For the record, the stock saw a 39% rally on Friday with over 25 million shares traded. For the record, its daily average trading volume is about 530,000 shares.

Outside of this, there are plenty of other stock market stories for traders to read about on Monday!

A few examples include what’s going on with shares of WiSA Technologies (NASDAQ:WISA) and Hawaiian Holdings (NASDAQ:HA) stock, as well as the biggest pre-market stock movers this morning. You can read up on all of these topics at the following links!

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