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Our disconnected comparisons for this issue are Greif Brothers (GEF) and Pope & Talbot (POP).

We have indexed these companies and the PM40 to 22 January 2002. A USD 100 investment in GEF on that date would be worth USD 248 today. A USD 100 investment in POP on that date would be worth USD 42 today. A USD 100 investment across an equal weight of the PM 40 would be worth USD 124 today.


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Greif Brothers Coproation (GEF) is a NYSE listed company. Their Web site is greif.com

Pope and Talbot, Inc. (POP) is a NYSE listed company. Their Web site is poptal.com


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