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Previous close0.6098
Bid0.0000 x N/A
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Day's range0.4451 - 0.5917
52-week range0.4451 - 0.5917
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    Analysis-Why baby gear may not alleviate Bed Bath & Beyond’s troubles

    Struggling home goods retailer Bed Bath & Beyond Inc is taking an axe to stores and jobs and overhauling its merchandising strategy, but its return to profitability anytime soon may hinge on luring U.S. shoppers who currently spend $18.2 billion a year on baby goods. The company's buybuy Baby unit is the largest specialty baby-product retailer in the U.S., according to GlobalData. Holding onto buybuy Baby -- which Bed Bath & Beyond had put up for sale under shareholder pressure before reversing course in August -- helped the parent company obtain its recent $375 million loan, the maximum amount it could borrow, a person familiar with the matter said.