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Trade-Ideas LLC identified Valspar (VAL) as a new lifetime high candidate
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Trade-Ideas LLC identified Valspar (VAL) as a "barbarian at the gate" (strong stocks crossing above resistance with today's range greater than 200%) candidate
Net sales in the second quarter decline 2% at the paints maker.
Valspar (NYSE:VAL): Summary Financials Fiscal Second Quarter 2016 (Ended April 29, 2016) ...
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Antitrust divestitures could trigger a deal price reduction.
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Valspar's National Neighborhood Week, May 9-14 marks 100,000 gallons of paint locally donated to help low-income families, seniors and veterans
Trade Show Hosted May 4-6 in Mexico City
Valspar's National Neighborhood Week set for May 9 - 14, 2016
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Reinforcing a commitment to providing a sensible, top-performing paint offering
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