Today, Motley Fool analyst Rex Moore takes a look at Chicago Bridge & Iron, which carries one of the lowest price-to-earnings multiples of all the stocks passing his "Best Values" screen. He likes the company, but is worried about the big Shaw Group acquisition.

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The article Is Chicago Bridge & Iron a Real Value? originally appeared on Fool.com.

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