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Stanley Black & Decker Remains Firmly Positive After Initial Jump

After gapping open higher, shares of Stanley Black & Decker (SWK) continue to see significant strength in late-day trading on Friday. Stanley Black & Decker is currently up by 3.3 percent after reaching its best intraday level in a month.

The advance by Stanley Black & Decker comes after the toolmaker reported second quarter results that exceeded analyst estimates.

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