Tempest Therapeutics Inc

TPST

$2.09

Closing

▲2.96%

1D

▼-52.50%

YTD

Market cap

$46.43M

52 week high

$9.77

52 week low

$0.21

Volume

183,185

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Market cap

$46.43M

Analysts' Rating

STRONG BUY

Price Target (Mean)

21.25

Total Analysts

6

P/E

Operating Margin

0.00%

Beta

-1.67

Revenue Growth (Annual)

-

52 week high

$9.77

52 week low

$0.21

Div. Yield

%

EPS Annual Growth

-5.26

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Company Profile

Tempest Therapeutics, Inc. is a clinical-stage biotechnology company advancing a diverse portfolio of small molecule product candidates containing tumor-targeted and/or immune-mediated mechanisms with the potential to treat a range of tumors. Its two clinical-stage therapeutic product candidates are TPST-1120 and TPST-1495. TPST-1120 is a selective antagonist of peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor alpha (PPAR). The ongoing global randomized Phase Ib/II trial of TPST-1120 combined with the standard-of-care first-line regimen of atezolizumab and bevacizumab in patients with advanced or metastatic hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). The Company’s second clinical program, TPST-1495, a dual antagonist of the EP2 and EP4 receptors of prostaglandin E2, is in an ongoing Phase I combination trial in patients with endometrial cancer.