Wednesday marked a departure from the record closes in recent days, and these stocks fell much more sharply than the broader market.
Stratasys’ recent move to purchase the largest independently operated 3-D printing service bureau in the U.S. for $295 million mitigates the long-term risk of commoditization on the sales of its products while differentiating itself from the competition.
Is 3D Systems' drop meaningful or just another movement?
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The beaten down 3-D printing stocks soared yesterday. Was the reason for the move meaningful to the entire group?