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Enough top-performing CAPS members have turned bullish on Chicago Bridge & Iron
Companies across virtually every industry were crushed in 2008. Even basic material and service firms like dry bulk shipper Excel Maritime Carriers
While it still lacks any details, there's been plenty of enthusiasm surrounding Obama's infrastructure spending plan, which could significantly benefit CB&I and other engineering and construction companies, such as Fluor
With its low forward multiple and a high projected growth rate, more than 97% of the CAPS members rating Chicago Bridge & Iron expect it to outperform the market going forward.
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