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|Day's Range||29.62 - 30.39|
|52 Week Range||29.62 - 30.39|
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Irish cement maker CRH said that like-for-like sales for the third quarter rose 3%, boosted by continued underlying growth in the Americas, although some operations were hit by adverse weather.
BRUSSELS, Oct 23 (Reuters) - The following are mergers under review by the European Commission and a brief guide to the EU merger process: APPROVALS AND WITHDRAWALS -- U.S. private equity firm Leonard ...
DUBLIN/LONDON, Oct 6 (Reuters) - Summit Materials, a U.S. construction firm set up by former CRH executives, has made a rival offer for Ash Grove Cement, which CRH has agreed to pay $3.5 billion for, a source said. Ash Grove said on Friday it had received a bid valued at $3.7-$3.8 billion which it expects to result in a better offer to the deal struck last month with CRH, the world's third-largest building materials supplier.
Summit Materials Inc., the Denver-based construction materials company, made a rival bid to buy U.S. supplier Ash Grove Cement Co., according to people familiar with the matter, putting it in competition ...
Irish building materials firm CRH is to buy U.S. cement maker Ash Grove Cement Co for $3.5 billion, wasting no time in using cash from a major disposal to strengthen its North American business. Already North America's biggest maker of concrete products and second largest supplier of aggregate materials for construction, CRH said on Thursday the deal would add extensive readymixed concrete, aggregates and logistics assets across the U.S. midwest.
In the latest sign of global consolidation among building-materials suppliers, Irish producer CRH Plc agreed to buy family-controlled Ash Grove Cement Co. of the U.S. in a $3.5 billion deal that will reinforce ...
Beacon Roofing's (BECN) pending acquisition of CRH plc's subsidiary, Allied Building Products will make it one of the largest public wholesale building materials distributors in North America.
Irish building materials giant, CRH PLC (UK) (LON:CRH), came out with first-half results that wouldn’t cheer many but it still met the guidance and showed growth in both revenue and earnings.Read More...
Banks, which benefit from higher interest rates and have been among the biggest beneficiaries of the global stock market rally that followed Trump's election last year, rose 3 percent, making them the biggest sectoral gainer in Europe. Europe's mining index was up 2.9 percent as copper prices rose after manufacturing data from top consumer China showed potential for strong demand, reinforcing worries about shortages due to supply disruptions.
Basic resource stocks were the top performers in a rising European share market on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump pledged $1 trillion of infrastructure spending in his first speech to Congress. The so-called Trump trade lifted European gains once again, with Europe's basic resources index and banking index both up 2.1 percent. In his speech, Trump said he wanted to boost the U.S. economy with tax relief, an overhaul of the Affordable Care Act and an infrastructure push.
Strong earnings growth and cash generation last year drove shares in building materials group CRH higher on Wednesday as it awaited a further, medium-term boost to infrastructure under U.S. President Donald Trump. Ireland's CRH is the United States' biggest producer of asphalt for highway construction and third biggest supplier of readymixed concrete and construction aggregates.