FMC Technologies' New Competition and Its Future Potential

FMC Technologies  has found itself in an industry that should be in high demand over the next several years. As evidence of that, the company has witnessed increased competition both on land and at sea. This is one potential headwind that could affect its expected future growth. A look at the company's 2012 performance bodes well for the future, so it will be interesting to see how it will react to this increased competition. One question posed in the video is whether this growth will lead to an eventual dividend. Take a look at this video to find out more about FMC's past and potential future.

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