|Bid||18.38 x 1800|
|Ask||21.99 x 21500|
|Day's range||18.68 - 20.10|
|52-week range||13.26 - 28.40|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||6 Aug 2018 - 10 Aug 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.18 (0.92%)|
|1y target est||25.00|
Chemours to Raise Its Debt: Good or Bad? As of May 15, Chemours’s (CC) short interest had fallen to its lowest this year, to 1.7% of outstanding shares from 2.9% at the beginning of the year. Chemours posted staggering first-quarter EPS of $1.41, marking a 101% YoY (year-over-year) increase.
So far this year, Chemours (CC) stock has been muted and has failed to repeat its 2017 performance. Year-to-date, CC has risen 1.2%, outperforming peers Tronox (TROX), Kronos Worldwide (KRO), and RPM International (RPM), which have fallen 1.9%, 11.0%, and 1.7%, respectively.
It is now on its way to adding 450 million euros in 4% senior notes due 2026 through a public offering. This offer is managed jointly by Citigroup Global Markets, Deutsche Bank Securities, Merrill Lynch, HSBC Securities, and many others, and the debt includes long-term debt and current maturities. The proceeds from the offer are expected to be ~$557.5 million based on the exchange rate stated in the company’s SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) filing.
Chemours to Raise Its Debt: Good or Bad? Chemours’s (CC) interest expense has remained steady for the past two years. In 2016, CC incurred an interest expense of $213 million, and in 2017, it was $215 million.
On a per-share basis, the Kwinana Beach, Australia-based company said it had a loss of 36 cents. Earnings, adjusted for asset impairment costs and costs related to mergers and acquisitions, came to 1 cent ...
On March 27, 2018, Tronox (TROX) announced that it completed the pricing of $615 million in senior notes with a coupon rate of 6.5%. The offer is targeted mainly for qualified institutional buyers. The proceeds from the offer will be used to redeem the outstanding principal amount of ~$584 million with a coupon rate 7.5%.
Faced with regulatory approvals, on March 1, 2018, Tronox (TROX) announced that it agreed to extend the deadline related to the acquisition of Cristal’s titanium dioxide business headquartered in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. According to the agreement, the dates were extended from May 21, 2018, to June 30, 2018. The companies also agreed that a three-month automatic extension will be applied until March 31, 2019, depending on outstanding regulatory approvals. Tronox has the right to terminate the agreement if the regulatory approval won’t be obtained before January 1, 2019.
Exxaro Resources Ltd. rose the most in 11 months after the South African miner declared a 4.5 billion rand ($376 million) special dividend following the sale of part of its stake in titanium-dioxide producer ...
Tronox (TROX) believes that the US Federal Trade Commission (or FTC) is blocking its proposed takeover of Cristal’s titanium dioxide business by not initiating the administrative process and allowing the transaction agreement to expire. Tronox has filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court asking declaratory and injunctive relief to ensure that FTC doesn’t block the acquisition.
On December 20, 2017, Tronox (TROX) issued a press release and stated that the European Commission had begun a phase two review of TROX's acquisition of Cristal's titanium dioxide business.
On November 16, 2017, Tronox (TROX) appointed Jeffry N. Quinn as its new president and CEO (chief executive officer), effective December 1, 2017.