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Last week's down market was painful for Nabisco Group Holdings Corp. The company, parent (and 80% owner) of food marketer Nabisco Holdings Corp. began trading in the low $20s in mid-June after disposing of its R.J. Reynolds tobacco business. Since then, analysts have reacted positively as it sought to regain marketing momentum. "Terrific job," wrote Merril Lynch analyst G. David Teitelbaum this month. Yet Nabisco Group shares were the biggest AdMarket 50
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