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After spending much of this year locked into a four-star rank, enough top-performing CAPS members have recently turned bullish on Newell Rubbermaid
Newell Rubbermaid makes consumer products, ranging from the office supplies found at stores like Office Depot
Newell Rubbermaid grew its gross margin by three percentage points, while generating positive free cash flow and topping Wall Street's forecasts. On top of this, the company raised its full-year earnings and operating cash flow outlook.
Challenges remain as the economy recovers, and dropped product lines could affect the company's future revenue. Still, some CAPS members like Newell Rubbermaid's long-term outlook. When things pick up again at retailers such as Lowe's
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