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Here's the community sentiment on AGL Resources, Inc.
|Metric||AGL Resources, Inc.||
Suburban Propane Partners, L.P.
|This Quarter (10/30/2009):|
|% of All-Star Members Rating Outperform||100.00%||95.18%||96.58%||96.67%|
|CAPS Rating (out of 5)|
|Last Quarter (8/1/2009):|
|CAPS Rating (out of 5)|
Source: Motley Fool CAPS. Dates given are the posting dates of AGL Resources, Inc.'s most recent quarterly and/or annual reports to the SEC's website. Percentages are calculated from the number of members rating each company.
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