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Why Kimball Stock Is Up Big and HNI Is Headed in the Other Direction

Why Kimball Stock Is Up Big and HNI Is Headed in the Other Direction

Furniture maker HNI (NYSE: HNI) is paying up to acquire Kimball International (NASDAQ: KBAL), and that has shareholders on edge. Shares of Kimball are up more than 80%, and HNI shares are down as much as 17%, as Wall Street digests the particulars of this transaction. It has been a tough year for goods makers, and furniture manufacturers HNI and Kimball are no exceptions.