J&J raises sales forecast but keeps profit outlook unchanged; shares drop

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(Reuters) – Johnson & Johnson raised its sales forecast for the year on Tuesday but kept its outlook for full-year profit unchanged, disappointing investors and sending its shares down 1.6 percent.

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