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After Vulcan Materials
Vulcan Materials anticipates higher demand for construction materials in 2010 because the company benefits from U.S. government stimulus dollars that are finally starting to trickle down into contracts. It's felt the effects of the recession that also put pressure on infrastructure-related companies like Foster Wheeler
Stimulus money is going lots of places, including to railroad CSX
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