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In this issue of Disconnected Comparisons, we evaluate Kimberly-Clark (KMB) and Reed Elsevier (RUK).

The attached graph indexes these companies’ stock values and the PM40 to their 04 January 2002 values. A USD 100 investment in KMB on that date would have been worth USD 61.56 on 23 May 2008; a USD 100 investment in RUK on 04 January 2002 would have been worth USD 147.49 on 23 May 2008; and a USD 100 investment in an equal weight of the PM40 on 04 January 2002 would have been worth USD 117.69 on 23 May 2008.


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Kimberly-Clark (KMB) is a NYSE listed company. Its Web site is kimberly-clark.com.

Reed Elsevier (RUK) has a NYSE listed ADR. Its Web site is reedelsevier.com.


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