Standard and Poor's MidCap 400 Guide 2001

Standard and Poor's MidCap 400 Guide 2001

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What do individual investors, money managers, analysts, brokers, and financial writers and editors have in common? All turn to Standard a Poor's, a division of the McGraw-Hill Companies, for securities information that is second to none. SaP's Guides, totally updated for 2002, deliver the same data and analyses used by today's top investment professionals. Each book puts these unique features at the reader's fingertips: -- Vital data on earnings, dividends, and share prices -- Key income and balance sheet statistics -- Exclusive SaP buy, sell, or hold recommendations for each stock -- Exclusive SaP outlook for every stock's price -- Computer-generated screens showing superior stock picks in different categories -- Company addresses, and numbers, and names of top officers Key information on America's medium-size, fast-growing companies.ADTRAN, Inc. Officea€” 901 Explorer Blvd., Huntsville, AL 35806-2807. ... enhancement of telecommunications networks has not extended to the portion of the network connected to the end-users, known as the local loop. ... These products expand transmission capabilities of the local loop without requiring costly replacement of existing copper phone lines. ... Telephone company products or carrier network equipment accounted for 63% of sales in 1999 (59% in 1998), while customeranbsp;...

Title:Standard and Poor's MidCap 400 Guide 2001
Author:Standard & Poor's
Publisher:McGraw-Hill Companies - 2000-12


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