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At $42 a share, the transaction represents a 23% premium to the teen-apparel retailer's closing price on Wednesday.
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DuPont is downgraded to 'sell,' and Pacific Sunwear is upgraded to 'buy.'
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Specialty apparel is doing incredibly well, with fantastic growth and terrific gross margins.
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