The concerns expressed a year ago haven't gone away -- and a serious new concern has emerged.
Mosaic and Potash are downgraded to 'underweight,' and Trina Solar is upgraded to 'buy.'
Investors in the soda-making company celebrate a solid earnings beat.
Adobe is upgraded to 'buy,' and Coca-Cola is initiated with an 'outperform.'
PepsiCo denied it might buy the make-your-own-soda company, but someone else could be a likely acquirer.
On this installment of Investor Beat: should Pepsi buy upstart SodaStream International?
Stocks dropped sharply around noon -- coinciding with forex and bond market fluctuations -- but have recovered since then.
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