Goldman downgrades Kroger and Albertsons, says inflation will hit grocers’ margins
A lady pushes a cart of groceries to her automobile exterior an Albertson’s retailer in Denver, Colorado.
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The return of eating places and rising meals costs ought to put stress on grocery retailer shares within the months forward, Goldman Sachs stated in a observe to shoppers on Tuesday.
Analyst Kate McShane downgraded Kroger to promote from impartial and Albertsons to impartial from purchase, saying that the businesses had been more likely to be pinched by weakening demand and better prices.
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