Relatively Low Future Earnings Growth in the Metal & Glass Containers Industry Detected in Shares of Aptargroup (ATR, BLL, GEF, SLGN, CCK)

May 21, 2011 (SmarTrend(R) News Watch via COMTEX) -- Below are the five companies in the Metal & Glass Containers industry with the lowest future earnings growth.

The growth of earnings per share (next fiscal year estimated vs. current fiscal year estimated) is important to gauge future profitability and relative value. Higher EPS growth generally justifies higher earnings multiples.

Aptargroup (ATR) has the lowest future earnings growth of 11.41%; Ball (BLL) is next with future earnings growth of 13.16%; and Greif (GEF) has the next lowest with future earnings growth of 13.94%.

Silgan Holdings (SLGN) follows with future earnings growth of 15.34% and Crown Holdings (CCK) rounds out the group with future earnings growth of 17.18%.

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