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In a good economy or bad, Metals USA turns steel and other metals into cold, hard cash.
Metals USA Holdings (NYSE:MUSA) has been downgraded by TheStreet Ratings from from a hold to sell.
These stocks have upsides ranging from 7% to 120%, based on analysts' consensus estimates and favorable industry outlook.
The S&P Steel Supercomposite Index was up 9.6% against a 6.9% increase for the S&P 500 for the month.
Metals USA 2nd qtr profit falls on charges; year-ago results included gain on debt retirement
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Metals USA Holdings Corp. (NYSE: MUSA) announced today that on April 8, 2010, an initial public offering of 11,426,315 shares of its common stock was priced at $21.
Metals USA prices IPO above expected range, boosts shares offered, raises about $239.4 million
Metals processor Metals USA expects to raise about $200 million in IPO next week
The company will be acquired for $22 a share, and other names in the group are jumping.
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