Analytical Reports on Boise and Fibria Celulose -- Paper

Analytical Reports on Boise and Fibria Celulose -- Paper Industry
Struggles With Macroeconomic Challenges 
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA -- (Marketwire) -- 07/23/10 -- studies the market environment influencing
investors' trading decisions on the paper industry players in recent
time providing in depth research on Boise Inc. and Fibria Celulose
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The economic crisis, partnered with increased electronics use and
environmental concerns, has made the Paper and Paper Product Industry
an uncertain one. Companies are currently reporting their second
quarter earnings with mixed results, and predictions for the third
quarter remain unclear. Although, earnings are not expected to return
to pre-crisis highs, there are expectations that the industry will
show improvement over last year. Two companies that are expected to
gain a lot from an improved industry are Boise Inc. (NYSE: BZ) and
Fibria Celulose S.A (NYSE: FBR). Free report on Boise Inc. is now
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Concerns for the next quarter involve increased prices of hard and
soft woods used in paper production, which are themselves being
affected by increasing sawlog costs. provides technical analysis and free
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China took the lead in the world Paper and Paper Products Industry
from the USA in 2008, and has managed a 162% surge in the paper
industry over the past 8 years. Studies have recently revealed that
this take over was not lead by innovation or reduced production costs
but in fact by huge government subsidies totalling over $33.1 billion
since 2002. is actively researching a number
of different opportunities in China and will be releasing new
research on this industry in the coming months. 
However, increased costs of paper pulp in 2010 could spell trouble
for China's Paper Industry's profitability. Profit margins are being
greatly reduced as pulp procurement now accounts for around 65% of
production cost. As increased production costs filter into increased
product costs, demand is likely to be reduced. is a source for investors seeking free
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