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This week's rally was capped off with the S&P 500 rising another 1.45% as Caterpillar (CAT) and 3M's (MMM) stock drove the market higher.
Stocks soared on Friday, with investors breathing a sigh of relief at the apparent end of worries about a government default. All three major market averages were up significantly. Index Daily Percentage Change Daily Point Change Dow +2.
The company is reportedly near a deal to resolve some of its "forever chemicals" concerns.
I was looking for an industrial stock to replace 3M in my portfolio and decided that Leggett & Platt would fit the bill.
3M may get a better-than-feared settlement on a legal issue, and another blowout jobs report fueled cyclical stocks like these industrial leaders.
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(Reuters) - 3M Co has struck a tentative settlement of at least $10 billion with a host of U.S. cities and towns to resolve water pollution claims tied to "forever chemicals," Bloomberg News reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter. Shares of 3M were up 8.4% at $102.16 on Friday afternoon. A 3M spokesperson said the company "does not comment on rumors or speculation."
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3M (MMM) closed at $94.28 in the latest trading session, marking a +1.04% move from the prior day.
(Bloomberg) -- 3M Co., DuPont de Nemours Inc. and other makers of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, have agreed to pay more than $100 million to resolve a Georgia city’s lawsuit claiming the chemicals polluted its drinking water, according to a person familiar with the matter.Most Read from BloombergChina Is Drilling a 10,000-Meter-Deep Hole Into the EarthInside the Making of Redfall, Xbox’s Latest MisfireDebt-Limit Deal Clears Congress, Ending Threat of US DefaultWall Street Banks Ar
3M's (MMM) investment in biotech manufacturing is aimed at facility and equipment improvements and is expected to help in the creation of 60 full-time jobs in the European manufacturing facilities.
Buying companies facing hard times is part of my investment approach, but 3M taught me that I need to avoid certain types of risk.
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI) may only contain 30 stocks, but it's still one of the most watched U.S. stock indices. The Dow is full of mature, profitable companies, which means it's a nice place to look for good deals when the stock market comes under pressure. Two Dow stocks that look like bargains right now are 3M (NYSE: MMM) and International Business Machines (NYSE: IBM).
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A federal judge has ordered 3M Co CEO Michael Roman to attend mediation aimed at resolving nearly 260,000 lawsuits alleging that 3M military earplugs caused hearing loss, saying the negotiations have reached a "critical juncture." U.S. District Judge Casey Rodgers, in whose Florida court the lawsuits have been consolidated, on Friday ordered Roman to attend mediation talks in Pensacola on May 25 and 26, so that he may "listen and engage directly with the mediators." The mediation so far has been "encouraging," but it requires 3M senior leadership to push ahead, Rodgers said in her order.
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If you are looking for a high-yield industrial Dividend King, Leggett & Platt comes with less baggage than better-known 3M.