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32.37+0.12 (+0.36%)
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Previous Close32.25
Bid32.34 x 22668600
Ask32.35 x 31295800
Day's Range32.17 - 32.42
52 Week Range32.17 - 32.42
Avg. VolumeN/A
Market Cap26.94B
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  • Reuters22 days ago

    CRH sees big U.S. infrastructure boost regardless of Trump plans

    Building materials group CRH expects to benefit from an increase in infrastructure spending in the United States even without president-elect Donald Trump's plans for a major boost, its chief executive said on Thursday. CRH is the United States' biggest producer of asphalt for highway construction and third biggest supplier of readymixed concrete and construction aggregates, and the region accounts for more than half of its total earnings. Trump, who last week defeated Democrat rival Hillary Clinton in the U.S. presidential election, wants to introduce a $1 trillion package of infrastructure spending to boost the economy, relying on private sector investment.

  • Barrons.com27 days ago

    [$$] Europe's Markets Try to Puzzle Out Trump

    Dow Jones Global Indexes | Global Stock Markets European markets rallied 2.7% last week as investors scrambled to buy stocks that could benefit from the policies of a Donald J. Trump administration, but the president-elect’s protectionist views on trade are a source of uncertainty. “I think Europe has to be careful how it approaches Trump,” says James Laing, deputy head of U.K. and European equities at Aberdeen Asset Management. “Better to engage with him.” Many investors share that sentiment, driving markets higher after Trump’s victory.

  • Reuters6 months ago

    LafargeHolcim CEO faces 'day of reckoning' after share slide

    Top shareholders in LafargeHolcim are backing Chief Executive Eric Olsen despite a share plunge of nearly half since France's Lafarge and Switzerland's Holcim merged last July to create the world's biggest cement maker. The stock has shed around 20 billion Swiss francs ($21 billion), hitting its biggest investors, Swiss billionaire Thomas Schmidheiny and investment holding Groupe Bruxelles Lambert (GBL). "Despite all the difficulties, I am convinced that Eric Olsen and his team will reach the ambitious targets," Schmidheiny, who holds 11 percent of shares, told Reuters.