SMITH(DS) (DITHF) Downgraded by Zacks Investment Research

Zacks Investment Research downgraded shares of SMITH(DS) (OTCMKTS:DITHF) from a buy rating to a hold rating in a research note released on Friday morning.

According to Zacks, “DS Smith Plc is a manufacturer of corrugated products primarily in Europe. The company’s division consists of paper, plastics, packaging and recycling. DS Smith Plc is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom. “

SMIT (OTCMKTS:DITHF) opened at $6.90 on Friday. SMIT has a one year low of $5.10 and a one year high of $7.20.

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About SMITH(DS)

DS Smith Plc designs and manufactures corrugated packaging and plastic packaging for consumer goods worldwide. The company offers transit and transport, consumer, retail and shelf ready, online and e-retail, industrial, hazardous, multi-material, inserts and cushioning, and electrostatic discharge packaging products, as well as wrap arounds, trays, and bag-in-boxes; displays and promotional packaging products; corrugated pallets; Sheetfeeding products; packaging machine systems; and Sizzlepak, a stuffing material made of paper, folded in a zigzag shape, and cut into narrow strips, as well as provides packaging consultancy services.

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