| Ampco-Pittsburgh manufactures and sells engineered metal products and customized equipment. Co. operates in two business segments, the Forged and Cast Engineered Products, which produces forged hardened steel rolls, cast rolls and open-die forged products; and Air and Liquid Processing, which consist of: Aerofin Division of Air & Liquid Systems Corporation (Air & Liquid), a wholly owned subsidiary of Co., which produces custom-engineered finned tube heat exchange coils and related heat transfer products; Buffalo Air Handling Division of Air & Liquid, which produces custom-designed air handling systems; and Buffalo Pumps Division of Air & Liquid, which manufactures centrifugal pumps. The AP stock yearly return is shown above.
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is a measure of the annual return over the calendar year 2013 for the given stock.
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more than just the change in price if that instrument pays a dividend or coupon.
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