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Forbes Earnings Preview: PPG Industries

Analysts have become increasingly bearish on PPG Industries (PPG) in the month leading up to the company’s fourth quarter earnings announcement schedule for Thursday, January 19, 2012. The consensus analyst estimate has moved from $1.32 a share to the current prediction of earnings of $1.28 a share.

Read more: www.forbes.com/sites/narrativescience/2012/01/18/forbes-earnings-preview-ppg-industries-4/


January 20th, 2012
Source: http://www.forbes.com


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