Huge Win: Monsanto Stock Downgraded After Worst Growth in 7 Years

What in the world is going on?

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Monsanto’s stock showed bleak returns making it the worst growth in more than seven years thanks to both grassroots and international efforts. It’s time to defeat the biotech hydra.
Published: December 6, 2014 | Authors: Christina Sarich | Natural Society | News Report
Here’s one for the history books, and a slap on the wrist for stock-holders like Bill Gates and George Soros. Monsanto stock has been downgraded to ‘Neutral’ from ‘Buy’ after an annual seed dealer industry survey showed bleak returns.

This may be the most depressing news in seven years for Monsanto, but great news for the seed industry, which has been monopolized by the chemical peddler since the early 1990s. The target price for (MON +0.1%) has been lowered from $140 to $127. Conditions affecting the downgrade include “greater discounting, reduced trait purchases, reduced spending on seeds, and share gains for non-major seeds brands” – with hardly…

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