Bed Bath & Beyond is surging, but Wall Street analysts warn stock could fall 50% from here


People wearing face masks walk past the Bed Bath & Beyond store in New York City.

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The premarket surge for shares of Bed Bath & Beyond may be short lived and investors should stay away, according to some Wall Street analysts.

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