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|Day's Range||102.5900 - 102.9100|
|52 Week Range||101.2700 - 119.1980|
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3M’s (MMM) Industrial segment is the company’s largest revenue contributor with a revenue share of 34.0% in 4Q17. The segment’s revenue share has dropped 0.7 percentage points over 4Q16. The segment witnessed organic growth of 3.9% driven by the positive growth in the businesses of abrasives, automotive and aerospace, industrial adhesives & tapes, automotive aftermarket and separation, and purification sciences.
3M’s (MMM) Industrial segment is the company’s largest revenue contributor, with a revenue share of 33.80% in 3Q17, and it maintained its revenue share from 3Q16.
Of the 16 analysts actively tracking MMM stock, 38% of the analysts have recommended a "buy," while 43% of the have recommended a "hold."
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