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Shares of Procter & Gamble Co. were up nearly 10 points after a June swoon that followed skeptical Wall Street reaction to details of the package goods giant's restructuring plan. The stock, which averted the usual losses following an acquisition announcement, finished flat for the week on news that P&G is buying Iams Co. P&G opened talks with the pet food marketer shortly after the market punished P&G stock in June. At the close Friday, P&G stock was at
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