Keep An Eye On This Power Source

Stewart & Stevenson Services (SSSS) seems to have missed the bull market. Shares in the Houston-based manufacturer of power-generation systems, at 24 5/8, sold at nearly 54 in early 1994. A fall-off in earnings has driven the stock southward since. Indeed, on Aug. 25, the company reported second-quarter earnings of 25 cents a share. Wall Street had forecast 37 cents.

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