ANALYSIS-Brunswick bobs in marine market's troubled waters


* Summer expected to be another weak selling season * Bankruptcy of rival Genmar adds to pressures * Options activity suggests stock may fall further By James B. Kelleher CHICAGO, June 26 (Reuters) - It's shaping up to be another cruel summer for the recreational marine industry and for Brunswick Corp , its biggest manufacturer. Traditionally, summer is the key selling season in the boating business. But for several years, rising energy prices, increasingly tight credit and ...

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