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1Q16 cost of sales was $208MM, down $2MM compared to a year ago. Underlying cost of sales was up 10% after adjusting reported costs for the positive effect of FX, driven by volume growth and higher input costs, including wood, glass, grain, and grapes. Looking ahead, $BF.B expects that input costs will increase in the low-to-mid single digits.
$EXTR has been on an interesting uptrend, fundamentals kinda tricky but solid technical. Earnings 5th