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Bayer shares up after first trial win over Roundup By Reuters


© Reuters. FILEPHOTO: The Bayer AG Logo is displayed at the German drugmaker’s annual results conference in Leverkusen (Germany), February 27, 2019. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

BERLIN (Reuters), – Shares in Bayer AG The German agricultural and pharmaceuticals company, Roundup, won its first court case against it. This was Wednesday’s 2.5% increase in pre-market trade.

On Tuesday, a California jury found Roundup was not responsible for a rare form of nonHodgkin’s Lymphoma. Roundup’s fourth verdict was in its favor, and it is also the first to be ruled against.

Bayer has been plagued by Roundup lawsuits since the acquisition of the brand in connection with its purchase of pesticides and seeds maker, $63 billion. Monsanto In 2018, (NYSE:

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