Bernstein says Amazon pullback is an attractive 'entry point' after missing rally since March

Jeff Bezos, head of Amazon, can be seen on the fringes of the company's novelties event.
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Bernstein upgraded Amazon on Tuesday, saying it was using the recent pullback to go long the shares after missing the comeback since March.

It was the last major investment firm with a tepid hold rating on the juggernaut stock. Now all 36 major analysts have a buy rating on Amazon, according to

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