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The investment bank Credit Suisse First Boston has today cut its recommendation on Holsten Brauerei, Germany's largest brewer to "neutral" from "outperform" after recent outperfromance by the shares.

The bank's analyst Ian Shackleton kept a price target of €22 for the stock, which was down 0.04 percent at €27.84 this morning.


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