SOURCE: Wall Street Equity Research

Wall Street Equity Research

February 03, 2011 08:03 ET

Professional Research on Fibria Celulose SA and International Paper Co. -- Paper and Paper Products Sector Set to Grow With Broader Economy

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--(Marketwire - February 3, 2011) - www.wallstreetequityresearch.com allows shareholders to gain full understanding of the economic and market forces influencing the paper & paper products industry, and offers free research on industry players Fibria Celulose SA (NYSE: FBR) and International Paper Co. (NYSE: IP). Register today at www.wallstreetequityresearch.com to receive free research reports on these companies.

As more "stuff" moves around the globe, more packaging is required to protect it and get it where it needs to be. Thus, the Paper and Paper Products sector is tightly linked to the health of the broader economy. As the U.S. gross domestic product has been forecasted to grow during coming quarters, the sector could see a period of strength. Visit us at http://www.wallstreetequityresearch.com/ to understand the catalysts and forces driving or affecting paper & paper products stocks.

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One company confident in its position is International Paper Co. which has raised its dividend twice in the past year. Recent mergers and acquisitions within the Paper Products space have also signaled the sector is healthy. Shareholders and investors can sign up today at http://wallstreetequityresearch.com/February032011InternationalPaperCo.(IP)030211.php to download the full report on International Paper Co.

Some companies within the sector have cause for concern, however. It is believed that prices for market pulp will stay flat or marginally decline in 2011. While high raw materials prices would not be as negative for companies like Fibria Celulose S.A. which produce market pulp, they could hurt companies within the sector that do not. Shareholders and investors can sign up today at http://wallstreetequityresearch.com/February032011FibriaCeluloseSA(FBR)030211.php to download the full report on Fibria Celulose SA.

Other industry headwinds include environmental pressures and a possible economic pullback in consumer spending if unemployment levels do not improve.

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