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A Dayton-area paper maker is coming off a rough second quarter. Miami Township-based Verso Corp. posted a $112 million loss in the quarter, compared to a $1 million gain in the same period last year, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Verso also recorded net sales of $602 million, a 6 percent drop from $644 million in the previous year’s period. The health of Verso (NYSE: VRS) is important to the region, as it is one few publicly-traded companies.
Verso Corporation (VRS) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 106.45% and -4.79%, respectively, for the quarter ended June 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
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The health of Verso is important to the region, as it is one few publicly-traded companies. It also has 200 local workers and 4,400 total. Plus, it is the fifth-largest company in the Miami Valley with annual sales of $2.7 billion last year.
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A Dayton-area paper company — which recently lost its top official and closed a mill — is coming off a strong quarter. Miami Township-based Verso Corp. posted first-quarter sales of $639 million, the same as the first quarter of the previous year, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. However, it saw $36 million in quarterly profit, compared to a $2 million loss the previous year. “Verso had strong first quarter performance despite a very challenging market environment,” said Verso Interim Chief Executive Officer Leslie Lederer. An unfortunate result of these demand pressures was the difficult decision to close our paper mill in Luke, Maryland, which will reduce Verso’s total coated freesheet production capacity by 450,000 tons,” he said.
A Business Journal reporter visited the area Friday to meet the people in the mill's nearby towns who will be impacted by the plant's closure.
Verso Corporation (VRS) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 194.29% and 1.07%, respectively, for the quarter ended March 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
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