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What: Amarin (Nasdaq: AMRN) shares jumped 10% today after the company announced pricing of its American depositary share offering.

So what: The company will sell 12 million American depositary shares at $7.60 per share and is expecting to net $87.1 million after expenses. The company will use the money for the commercialization of AMR101, working capital, and general purposes.

Now what: The market was worried about this offering yesterday, pushing shares lower, but the pricing has given investors renewed confidence today. After an upgrade from Wedbush analysts over the weekend, I think shares have room to run in 2011. The stock has been on a hot streak for nearly a year, but with the new cash Amarin will keep chugging in the new year.

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