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AB InBev is downgraded to 'sell' at Goldman, and Norfolk Southern is downgraded to 'neutral' at Citigroup.
Stocks slide as the International Monetary Fund lowers global growth forecasts for the second time since April.
Time Warner is upgraded to 'overweight,' and Micron is downgraded to 'sector perform.'
Worries about Germany, Greece and Spain weigh on markets. S&P downgrades its outlook for the Asia-Pacific economy. Apple sells 5 million iPhone 5s over the weekend. Barron's says Facebook is worth $15 a share.
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