Stifel Downgrades Coca-Cola (KO) to Hold
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Stifel downgraded Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) from Buy to Hold with a price target of $45.00 (from $50.00).
Analyst Mark Swartzberg commented, "We are downgrading KO to Hold from Buy, motivated by PEP's 3Q results, our belief neither is suited to multiple expansion, and the likelihood consensus EPS forecasts remain the same or go up slightly."
Shares of Coca-Cola closed at $42.15 yesterday.
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