3M (MMM) is best known for its household products and decorating items. On September 18th, 2014, its shares hit a 52-week high of $147.06, giving them a 20.8% one-year return. As high as this value is now, these numbers are expected to only increase in the future because of its purchase of the Japanese company Sumitomo Industries, which will later become 3M Japan. 3M Japan’s stocks are expected to be valued at 8 cents per share. 3M also expects a long-term growth of 11.3% and a local currencies growth between 3 and 6% with earnings between $7.30 and $7.55 per share.
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