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A slide in Southcorp's share price - caused by a company forecast of lower profit expectations - appeared to have ended with the stock recovering A$0.11 to $4.58 today (Tuesday) when trading resumed following a three-day weekend. The rise came on top of a A$0.03 increase last Friday, following an A$)0.


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