安徽福彩快3开奖查询

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Aecon Surges After Chinese Ownership Bid BlockedNEWS ANALYSISAs the Canadian economy keeps humming along, infrastructure and construction needs have been rising, and Aecon stands to profit.After the federal government nixed its takeover by a Chinese state-owned enterprise (SOE) in May, there has been no time to wallow in disappointment for Canada’s largest publicly traded construction firm. And the rest of the industry can also feel better about its prospects being on a more level playing field.Aecon’s stock price has moved sharply higher following second-quarter earnings and is at levels approaching those just prior to the plunge when the federal government blocked the takeover. Raymond James has the stock rated as a strong buy.Aecon has its hands full—in a good way. After a strong second quarter, CEO John Beck said he has never been more bullish on its outlook.While Aecon’s business is primarily domestic and Beck wants to grow bigger internationally, Aecon now has a re排(pai)列三振幅遺(yi)漏(lou)值(zhi)尾(wei)走勢圖cord backlog of $6.4 billion in construction projects—a 52 percent increase since the start of the year. The company appears to be doing just fine without Chinese ownership. One-year chart of Aecon

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