Masco Corp

NYSE: MAS
$56.72
+$1.73 (+3.1%)
Closing price September 28, 2020
Goldman Sachs has raised the price targets on shares of some companies that have delivered the goods in a big way. Given these increases, these four stocks look to have some very solid upside...
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