Consumer goods analyst Austin Smith discusses Walgreen's future prospects. The pharmacy recently made up with Express Scripts after their fallout, although CVS Caremark will continue to profit from the new customers that switched due to the Express Scripts controversy. While many investors are newly optimistic about Walgreen, Austin thinks the company will struggle to woo back lost customers, and is still bearish looking forward.
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