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Following Thursday's weak Q3 earnings report, Goldman nixes PepsiCo (PEP) from its Conviction...

Following Thursday's weak Q3 earnings report, Goldman nixes PepsiCo (PEP) from its Conviction Buy list, saying weak consumer spending will limit near-term upside. But Barron's sees yesterday's 3% drop as a buying opportunity, predicting Pepsi's new focus on nutrition will appeal to health-minded shoppers.
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