Updating our Aggressive stocks: NCR, Diebold Nixdorf & Teradata

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NCR CORP. $21 (www.ncr.com) is still a buy. The company plans to break itself up into two separate companies—one will focus on ATMs, and the other will focus on digital commerce businesses. It expects to complete the transaction by the end of 2023. Meantime, the company’s revenue in the fourth quarter of 2022, fell 1.2%, to $2.10 billion from $2.03 billion a year earlier. Excluding currency rates, revenue rose 2%. Earnings per share gained 3.9%, to $0.79 from $0.76. NCR is a buy. DIEBOLD NIXDORF INC. $0.74 (www.dieboldnixdorf.com) is still a hold, but only for highly aggressive investors. Shares of the world’s biggest maker of automated teller machines (ATMs) are down 70% in the past year. That’s mainly because the COVID-19 pandemic slowed its production. It’s also facing higher costs for raw materials and labour. As a result, the company is negotiating with its lenders to restructure its $2.7 billion debt, which is a high 45.5 times its $59.3 million market cap. Diebold Nixdorf is hold. TERADATA CORP. $38 (www.teradata.com) is a..