Zacks Buy List Highlights: WESCO International, Inc., Nokia

Corporation, Calumet Specialty Products Partners, L.P., and Teche Holding 
Company 
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 21, 2006
Zacks.com releases the latest list of Zacks Rank Buy
Stocks. Everyday on Zacks.com, four stocks are selected based on how
well they match the criteria for the four main schools of investing:
Aggressive Growth, Growth & Income, Momentum and Value. The four Zacks
Rank Buy stocks highlighted today are WESCO International, Inc.
(NYSE:WCC), Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK), Calumet Specialty Products
Partners, L.P. (Nasdaq:CLMT), and Teche Holding Company (AMEX:TSH). 
Stocks ranked #1 (Strong Buy) by Zacks have produced an average
annual return of +33% since inception in 1988. During the 2000-2002
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Here is a synopsis of today's Zacks Rank Buy Stocks: 
Aggressive Growth - WESCO International, Inc. (NYSE:WCC) 
Analysts recently boosted their full-year earnings projections on
WESCO International, Inc., a Zacks #1 Rank stock. The new consensus
estimate of $3.70 per share is two cents higher than a week ago and 25
cents higher than two months ago. The trend for 2007 earnings is also
positive with the current estimate of $4.41 representing a two-month,
32-cent increase. WCC has topped earnings expectations for 13
consecutive quarters. 
Growth & Income - Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) 
Nokia Corporation recently announced that it will combine its
network equipment units with those of Siemens AG to form an entity
with $20 billion in annual sales. The company beat analysts'
first-quarter estimates by 25.0% on April 20 and increased its global
market share to 35%. Earnings per share are forecasted to grow 11.8%
over the next 3-5 years. Consensus estimates are trending higher for
this Zacks #1 Rank stock. The company is currently yielding 1.6%. 
Momentum - Calumet Specialty Products Partners, L.P. (Nasdaq:CLMT) 
On May 10, 2006, Calumet Specialty Products Partners, L.P.
reported earnings for the March 2006 quarter of 57 cents per share, a
positive 11.8% surprise over analysts' consensus estimates. The stock
has sold off somewhat from its all-time high of $36.94 set on Jun 12,
but the strong overall uptrend remains in place. CLMT looks quite
capable of moving higher and setting new all-time highs. 
Value - Teche Holding Company (AMEX:TSH) 
Teche Holding Company, a Zacks #1 Rank stock, announced record
quarterly earnings per share on Apr 19, 2006. Furthermore, the
company's results bettered analysts' expectations by 32.3%. Consensus
earnings estimates have been on the rise for both this fiscal year and
next. TSH boosted its dividend for 13 consecutive quarters and is
currently yielding 2.5%. The company has a price-to-book ratio of 1.6,
compared to 3.9 for the market. 
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