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In this issue of Disconnected Comparisons, we evaluate Kimberly-Clark Corporation (KMB) and Packaging Corporation of America (PKG). A USD 100 investment in KMB on 04 January 2002, would have been worth USD 108.01 on 08 January 2009; a USD 100 investment in PKG on 04 January 2002, would have been worth USD 135.52 on 08 January 2009; and a USD 100 investment in the PM40 on 04 January 2002, would have been worth USD 161.99 on 08 January 2009. Click here to view the comparison. Kimberly-Clark Corporation (KMB) is a NYSE traded company. Their Web site is kimberly-clark.com. Packaging Corporation of America (PKG) is a NYSE traded company. Their Web site is packagingcorp.com.


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