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  • FEDERAL WAY, Wash.-- Weyerhaeuser Co.' s third quarter earnings plunged 25 percent compared to last year, when the lumber and real estate company recorded income from a couple businesses it has since sold and a hefty tax gain. The Federal Way, Wash., company said Friday it earned $117 million, or 22 cents per share, in the three months that ended Sept. 30.

  • FEDERAL WAY, Wash.-- Lumber and real estate company Weyerhaeuser Co. boosted its dividend on Thursday and said the housing market appears to be improving. The company will pay a dividend of 17 cents per share on Nov. 30 to shareholders of record Nov. 9.

  • *Announces 13 percent dividend increase. *Sets dividend of $0.17 per share. *Source text* Further company coverage ().

  • Potential to Drop: -12.56% Closing Price (9/27): $54.89 Price Target: $48 YTD Change: +17.52% Short interest (as % of float): 0.84% Analysts Covering: 2 High Price Target: $66 Low Price Target: $30

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