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    1. With a well thought business and marketing price, the company could see their sales sky rocket. If this was to happen, the stock ?s behaviour would push higher and keep investors content for the time being. 2. ACCO Brands is still trading at a fairly cheap price. This gives investors a perfect opportunity to make the most out of this indecisive moment, and wait for the stock to appreciate.
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Founded in 2005 ACCO Brands Corporation is an American manufacturer of office products. It was created by the merger of ACCO World from Fortune Brands with General Binding Corporation (GBC). Even though it is officially a very new company, its history goes back a bit longer. In 1903, Fred J. Kline founded the Clipper Manufacturing Company (a maker of paper clips) in New York. In 1910, the company became the American Clip Company, and first used the name "ACCO" as an initialism, which became the company's formal name in 1922. After many acquisitions, ACCO went public in 1983, and was acquired in 1987 by American Brands (later Fortune Brands).In 1903, Fred J. Kline founded the Clipper Manufacturing Company (a maker of paper clips) in Long Island, New York. In 1910, the company became the American Clip Company, and first used the name "ACCO" as an initialism, which became the company's formal name in 1922. After many acquisitions, ACCO went public in 1983, and was acquired in 1987 by American Brands (later Fortune Brands).

1. Competition in the company's niche is becoming more of a challenge. The company is behind familiar brands such as Esselte, Mead, and Swingline which had a solid back-to-school season in the U.S., but not good enough to make up for anemic orders from wholesalers serving the professional office-supplies market. 2. ACCO Brands has raised the price of their products to try to stabilize their bottom line. It is yet to see if it will be enough to overcome lower sales volumes through richer price tags. Many investors today are betting that the higher prices might drive cost-conscious customers to competing makers of staplers, binders, and pencils.