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3M, DuPont Stocks Are Soaring on PFAS Settlement. A Big Overhang Is Gone.
DuPont, Corteva, Chemours, and 3M shares are up after a $1.2 billion legal settlement over PFAS chemicals. Here's how investors can make sense of that.
Potential 'Forever Chemicals' Settlement Boosts Shares of 3M
3M shares jumped following a report of a settlement over claims of water pollution from "forever chemicals."
Companies reach $1.18 billion deal to resolve claims from 'forever chemicals' water contamination
Three chemical companies said Friday they had reached a $1.18 billion deal to resolve complaints of polluting many U.S. drinking water systems with potentially harmful compounds known as PFAS. DuPont de Nemours Inc., The Chemours Co. and Corteva Inc. said they would establish a fund to compensate water providers for contamination with the chemicals used widely in nonstick, water- and grease-resistant products, as well as some firefighting foams. Described as “forever chemicals” because they don't degrade naturally in the environment, PFAS have been linked to a variety of health problems, including liver and immune-system damage and some cancers.
Why Chemours Stock Is Up Big Today
The company and some of its corporate siblings have a deal to resolve legacy environmental concerns.
Albemarle (ALB) Up 11.3% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Continue?
Albemarle (ALB) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Chemours, DuPont, Corteva Settle PFAS Litigation for $1.185 Billion
Three companies with ties to former chemical maker DuPont said Friday they had agreed to pay $1.185 billion in the first major settlement in a landmark environmental fight in which hundreds of communities allege that so-called “forever chemicals” in firefighting foam contaminated drinking water. Chemours DuPont and Corteva reached the proposed nationwide class-action settlement to resolve their part in lawsuits brought by about 300 communities against an array of chemical companies and others that made or sold firefighting foam.
Here's Why We Think DuPont de Nemours (NYSE:DD) Might Deserve Your Attention Today
It's common for many investors, especially those who are inexperienced, to buy shares in companies with a good story...
UPDATE 3-Chemical makers settle PFAS-related claims for $1.19 bln
Chemours Co, DuPont de Nemours Inc and Corteva Inc on Friday said they had reached an agreement in principle to settle claims that they contaminated U.S. public water systems with toxic "forever chemicals" for $1.19 billion. The three chemical companies and several others are facing thousands of lawsuits in the U.S. over their alleged role in polluting the environment with perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl, substances (PFAS) that have been used for decades in manufacturing a wide range of products, including nonstick coatings such as Teflon and firefighting foams. Chemours said it would contribute half the agreed amount, while the remainder would be provided by DuPont and Corteva.
3M Heads to Trial in ‘Existential’ $143 Billion Forever-Chemicals Litigation
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Chemours, DuPont, and Corteva Reach Comprehensive PFAS Settlement with U.S. Water Systems
WILMINGTON, Del., June 02, 2023--The Chemours Company (NYSE: CC), DuPont de Nemours, Inc. (NYSE: DD) and Corteva, Inc. (NYSE: CTVA) (the "companies") today announced they have reached an agreement in principle to comprehensively resolve all PFAS-related drinking water claims of a defined class of public water systems that serve the vast majority of the United States population.