Black & Decker Nails Profit Growth

Shares of the toolmaker jump after robust performance from overseas sales and portable power products; but housing crisis remains a concern

Investors bid up shares of tool maker Black & Decker (BDK) on Apr. 17 after the tools and accessories maker said it expects overseas sales and a strategic acquisition last year to push first-quarter income ahead of Wall Street forecasts.

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