Goldman Sachs adds ServiceNow to ‘conviction buy’ list

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    ServiceNow’s recent struggles should prove temporary as the company will soon resume its growth to become a major player in enterprise software, according to Goldman Sachs.

    The investment firm added the stock to its conviction buy list, with analyst Kash Rangan saying in a note to clients on Thursday that the pandemic delivered a temporary hit to ServiceNow’s customer base that should lift.

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