114.00 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:43PM EDT
|Bid||93.46 x 2900|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||112.07 - 114.16|
|52 Week Range||91.15 - 118.40|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.28|
|Earnings Date||Jul 23, 2018 - Jul 27, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.16 (1.86%)|
|1y Target Est||125.55|
Take a company’s revenues over a given period of time, subtract the cost of production and you will have its earnings! Earnings growth enthralls almost everyone, right from the top brass to research analysts. Zacks Rank less than or equal to 2 (Only Zacks’ ‘Buys’ and ‘Strong Buys’ are allowed.
As the U.S. chemical industry's upturn is expected to continue in 2018, it would be prudent to invest in chemical stocks with compelling growth prospects.
Manufacturers of tobacco products for U.S. consumers face an increasingly complex and challenging regulatory environment. To better support these customers, Celanese Corporation (CE), a global specialty materials company, today announces the launch of a new “Regulated Product” (RP) category to encompass all acetate tow grades used in tobacco products sold in the United States. To support the RP category, investments will be made to increase the level of regulatory support Celanese is able to provide customers as well as enhance product testing and end-to-end raw material and product traceability capabilities.
Forecast-topping earnings performance, strong outlook for 2018 and compelling business prospects have contributed to the run-up in Celanese's (CE) shares.
Celanese Corporation , a global specialty materials company, will increase list and off-list selling prices for the following acetyl intermediate products. The price increases below will be effective for orders shipped on or after July 1, 2018, or as contracts otherwise allow, and are incremental to any previously announced increases.
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Celanese (CE) has commenced cost evaluation of all logistics policies for all products. The company also hikes price of truck shipments for certain acetyl intermediate products due to high freight charges.
On June 6, Celanese (CE) announced that it had completed the shutdown of its acetate tow plant in Ocotlan, Mexico. This action was part of CE’s global consolidation of its acetate manufacturing plants, and it’s expected to help CE reduce its fixed costs.
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Celanese (CE) is closing its acetate tow manufacturing unit in Mexico amid challenging conditions and declining global demand for acetate tow products.
Celanese Corporation (CE), a global specialty materials company, today announces that due to continued and projected escalating cost increases for logistics services, the company has begun a comprehensive assessment of all logistics policies for all products to ensure that processes and services are conducted in the most efficient and economical manner. Upon conclusion of this assessment, Celanese expects to issue a new framework with guidelines regarding shipments and services in order to best address the increasing costs for freight as well as limited availability of truck carrier capacity. Implementing the above price increases is necessary at this time given the increasing costs and fees that Celanese has already begun to incur for freight and in order to secure truck carrier capacity to deliver shipments of the above products to customers in the U.S. and Canada.
For Celanese (CE) 19–21 analysts have been tracking the company since the beginning of 2018. Currently, 20 analysts are tracking Celanese. Among the analysts, 70% recommended a “buy,” 25% recommended a “hold,” and 5% recommended a “sell.”
Celanese (CE) is taking appropriate pricing actions amid a volatile raw material pricing environment that are likely to lend support to margins.
Celanese Is near Its All-Time High: Will the Run Continue? As of June 7, Celanese (CE) was trading at a one-year forward PE multiple of 12.1x. Eastman Chemical (EMN) and Westlake Chemical (WLK) were trading at one-year forward PE multiples of 12.2x and 12.6x, respectively.