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Why Lumber Liquidators Holdings Stock Crashed 11% in January, and Continues to Tank [The Motley Fool]

LUMBER LIQUIDATORS (LL)  More Company Research Source: The Motley Fool
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PDF The flooring specialist shares could remain wobbly until management brings some cheer in coming weeks. Neha Chamaria ( Nehams ) Feb 13, 2018 at 5:24AM What happened After a staggering run-up of 99% in 2017, shares of hardware flooring retailer  Lumber Liquidators ( NYSE:LL ) are finding it hard to keep the momentum going. Lumber Liquidators tumbled 11% in January, according to data from  S&P Global Market Intelligence , leaving investors wondering if the stock has lost steam. Lumber Liquidators has already dropped another 9.8% so far this month, as of the time of this writing. What's going on? So what 2017 was a transformational year for Lumber Liquidators, as it left behind the ghosts of a scandal that involved its Chinese-made laminate flooring for potential health hazards. The company confirmed that its efforts to salvage any damage to its [Read more]

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