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CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Deutsche Bank: It’s a little tough to make the case for Zoom at these valuations” – below is their description.
Matthew Niknam, director of equity research at Deutsche Bank, says while there’s a lot of sustainability to Zoom’s revenue growth, the stock is the poster child of the work-from-home trend, and may have gotten ahead of itself.CNBC Television YouTube Channel
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