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DIEBOLD NIXDORF INC. $3.49 is a hold, but only for highly aggressive investors. The company (New York symbol DBD; Aggressive Growth Portfolio, Manufacturing & Industry sector; s/o: 77.5 million; Market cap: $270.5 million; Price-to-sales ratio: 0.1; Dividend suspended in June 2018; TSINetwork Rating: Extra Risk; www.dieboldnixdorf.com) took its current form in August 2016 when it acquired Germany’s Wincor Nixdorf AG for $1.4 billion in cash and shares. Investors now have a stake in the world’s biggest maker of automated teller machines (ATMs), with about 35% of the global market. Many governments have designated Diebold as an “essential” business, so it continues to provide maintenance services to its ATMs and retail checkout systems. Diebold’s new restructuring initiative should also help it cope with the crisis and protect value for its investors. The plan focuses on simplifying its ATM design and manufacturing processes, and speeding up deliveries. You should expect restructuring to save $400 million by 2022. MOLSON COORS BEVERAGE CO. $42 is a buy. Investors gain direct exposure…

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