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Norbord Inc T.NBD

Sector: Forest Products | Sub-Sector: Lumber & Wood Production
Alternate Symbol(s):  NBRXF

Norbord Inc., is an international producer of wood-based panels. The Company also produces flat pack furniture in Europe.
Price: $24.01 | Change: +$0.37 | %Change: +1.57%
Volume: 324,947 | Day High/Low: 24.55/23.67 | 52 Week High/Low: 34.24/20.14
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Cuba

Normalized relations between the US and Cuba should prompt a building boom in Cuba which should help to soak up supply of OSB in the US Southeast. Good news.  rate and reply
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Stronger US dollar

How will this affect financials for NBD?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:So divvy cut to 25 cents/share in Q1?

Second last paragraph in article and 3rd quarter results.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:So divvy cut to 25 cents/share in Q1?

What makes you think theres a div cut?  rate and reply
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RE:So divvy cut to 25 cents/share in Q1?

Expected... http://www.bnn.ca/News/2014/12/8/Wood-panel-maker-Norbord-to-buy-Ainsworth-Lumber-in-763M-deal.aspx  rate and reply
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So divvy cut to 25 cents/share in Q1?

Did I read that right?  rate and reply
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RE:Good move

Agreed...hopes it moves the SP higher.  rate and reply
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Good move

Consolidation can only be good for the sector. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/industry-news/energy-and-resources/wood-panel-maker-norbord-to-buy-ainsworth-lumber-in-763-million...read more
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punched out today...

ex-div is tomorrow, lost about $800 on this stock and yet I feel lucky. Reasoning as follows: ex div tomorrow, heading into tax loss selling season... and end of 1 year Mgmt commitment to divvy. They...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:GUTLESS !!!

hahaha hopium is a powerful based on comments from the company, looks like the divvy will stay for 2015. It really does not burn much cash, and they have access to a great deal of cash if the need it...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:GUTLESS !!!

Lower oil prices may also drive up housing demand=starts. why the run up in the sp before earnings?  Hopium? better luck next year. ;-)  rate and reply
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I will try again

here is the chart. I hope it works this time.  rate and reply
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Looks familiar?

Does the chart below look familiar? If you own NBD stock, it should. And it will become even more familiar in the next few days, as investors stampede for the exits. The stock will be testing the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:GUTLESS !!!

How could you have been telling this to yourself for years...it did happen last year, just that too many players restarted production at the same time. Now the weaker ones will be bleeding. Also lower...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:GUTLESS !!!

Atariguy: you are right. They put themselves into a bind: either they cut the divident and appear unreliable or they keep it and are irresponsible. I hope they learned the lesson. Housing starts in...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:GUTLESS !!!

While I do agree with the comments about a divy cut/elimination, my opinion is that keeping it shows the integrity of the board.  They've said all along that they would keep it for the full year and...read more
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RE:RE:RE:GUTLESS !!!

There may be reasons to buy ainsworth and maybe not. Yes I know it is not cash, but companies need to have a certain amount of leverage. If they don't they can be aquired on the cheap by other...read more
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RE:RE:GUTLESS !!!

The 400 millions are not cash; mostly, they are financing facilities that the company can draw on. Surely, you are not suggesting that they borrow money to pay dividends (although we are not far from...read more
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RE:GUTLESS !!!

I could not agree more. In fact, I go a step further: they should eliminate the dividend until things look better. This is the same crew that five years ago (before the crisis) paid extraordinary...read more
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RE:GUTLESS !!!

Why cut? They don't need the money, they are well financed and they don't have any opportunities to invest in their sector due to excess product capacity. So if you have spare cash you cannot deploy...read more