Investors jittery in water sector

As strong negative investor reaction to Xylem's disappointing quarterly results shows, the water sector is making for itchy trigger fingers on the sell button in some trading rooms. Following Veolia trying to cut its way to profitability, Siemens looking to divest itself of its water business, an...

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