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International Paper Co IP 3 Star

Last Price$54.05Day Change (%)-1.13%
Open Price$54.41Day Change ($)-0.62
Day Range53.75–54.5952-Week Range44.50–57.90

As of Fri 4/17/2015 5:34:00 PM | USD

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  1. TSP (Technology Service Professionals) Acquires Service Contract Portion of IMS

    TSP (Technology Service Professionals) Acquires Service Contract Portion of IMS

  2. MWV Expands Product Offering for Commercial and Specialty Print Markets

    MWV Expands Product Offering for Commercial and Specialty Print Markets

  3. International Paper's Spin-Off of xpedx Gains the Firm a Narrow Moat

    We're confident that the firm can generate consistent economic profits over the next decade thanks to the low-cost production advantage in its legacy mills.

  4. Fund Costs: The Good and Bad News

    The overall trend is great, but 401(k)s remain a problem.

  5. Fund Costs: The Good and Bad News

    The overall trend is great, but 401(k)s remain a problem.

  6. Retirees: Run the Numbers on Munis

    Even after solid year-to-date performance, munis still look attractive on a tax-adjusted basis for those in higher brackets. Plus: 401(k) fee recoveries and help for difficult planning conversations.

  7. Basic Materials: A Real Estate Cloud Over China--and Many Commodities

    Chinese real estate, a big driver of demand for industrial commodities, is likely to weigh on the country's GDP growth in coming quarters.

  8. The Four Horsemen: Correlations Spike Violently During Recent Market Turmoil

    International Paper IP has agreed to sell its Brazilian coated paper business to Stora Enso SEO for $415 million. The business includes an integrated coated paper mill as well as a lumber mill with 124,000 acres of pine and eucalyptus timberland. The Brazilian coated paper business had sales of ...

  9. Our Outlook for Basic Materials Stocks

    Lower commodity prices and a break-up of the European potash cartel have weighed on basic materials stocks year-to-date.

  10. MeadWestvaco: Breaking Up Is Hard to Do

    It's time for the company to focus on packaging and shed the remaining noncore businesses.

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