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|Day Range78.33–79.13||52-Week Range60.30–81.25|
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These three funds have boosted their exposure to heavily indebted companies over the last year.
Improved demand should underpin stronger potash and PRB coal markets in 2014.
Regulators' likely demands on the Ball-Rexam deal would undermine industry economics.
Rexam's exit from plastics allows it to focus on its advantaged beverage-can operations.
It's time for the company to focus on packaging and shed the remaining noncore businesses.
With fewer M&A opportunities, we think industry buyback activity will increase through 2017.
With demand weakening, input cost relief is the only hope for many basic materials companies in the first quarter of 2012.st