Alcoa Deal For Firth Rixson Seen As Positive for Others Too

Shareholders and analysts are viewing major aluminum producer Alcoa’s $2.85 billion acquisition deal to buy the parent company of Firth Rixson, a leading provider of rings and forgings for aircraft engines, as positive not just for those companies, but even rival Precision Castparts. “Alcoa’s...

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