|Bid||90.86 x 50800|
|Ask||90.87 x 17900|
|Day's range||90.03 - 91.09|
|52-week range||76.94 - 94.09|
|PE ratio (TTM)||24.10|
|Earnings date||20 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
ARM Cement Ltd., the Kenyan building-materials supplier, is the newest takeover target in the battle among the world’s biggest cement makers to expand in Africa, according to people familiar with the matter....
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's HeidelbergCement (HEIG.DE) beat expectations for third-quarter profit as cost cuts from its $4 billion takeover of Italcementi kicked in ahead of schedule. Operating income ...
Germany's HeidelbergCement believes the worst is over for its business in Indonesia, its largest market by capacity, as private projects in the capital make a comeback, favouring foreign suppliers and ...
Germany's HeidelbergCement raised its target for cost savings from the acquisition of Italcementi after cutting jobs almost four times as fast as planned in 2016 and proposed to raise its 2016 dividend ...
European shares steadied on Tuesday, as gains in the auto sector on news that PSA Group is in talks to buy General Motors' European auto operations and stronger banking stocks offset weaker consumer and ...
European shares were slightly weaker on Tuesday, poised to snap a five-day streak of gains, as the corporate earnings season kicked into high gear across the region. The pan-European STOXX 600 index was ...
HeidelbergCement (Amsterdam: HC6.AS - news) said it would focus this year on realising the benefits from the acquisition of Italcementi and on raising prices to combat cost inflation after a patchy fourth quarter that missed market expectations. The company, which reinforced its position among the world's top three building-materials suppliers with its Italcementi deal last year, blamed bad weather and a weak Indonesian market for a 4 percent slide in quarterly sales. HeidelbergCement (IOB: 0MG2.IL - news) shares were indicated down 2.8 percent ahead of the Frankfurt market open, at the bottom of the blue-chip DAX.