This Service Company Popped 30%

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CARBO Ceramics  is a huge third quarter winner as the company's share price popped 30% after announcing a phenomenal 33% increase in revenue year-over-year. In a struggling hydraulic fracturing market in North America, CARBO was able to increase proppant sales by 63%. Will the going continue to get better? Check out the video below for more information on CARBO's stellar third quarter.  

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