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James Hardie Industries, the world's biggest fibre cement maker, on Thursday raised full-year profit guidance after an improving U.S. housing market helped it post a 17% jump in first-half earnings, lifting its shares to their highest ever. The company said its operating profit for the first half ended September climbed to $188.8 million, underpinned by a strong performance in its North America housing business.
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James Hardie Industries, the world's biggest fibre cement maker, expects better earnings for fiscal 2020 citing an improved outlook for the U.S. housing market, but added that Australia's property sector will likely shrink. The Dublin-based company said adjusted net operating profit is expected to come in between $325 million and $365 million for the year ended March 31, 2020, compared with $300.5 million reported a year earlier.
The world's biggest fibre cement maker, James Hardie Industries, flagged higher earnings for fiscal 2020 on Friday citing an improved performance for its North American fibre cement segment, sending its shares sharply higher. Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) margin - a measure of a company's profitability - for its North American fibre cement segment would be at the upper end of its 20% to 25% range for the year ended March 31, 2020. "Our North America Fiber Cement segment delivered very good volume growth in a down market while generating EBIT margin at the top end of our target range," Chief Executive Officer Jack Truong said in a statement.
The Dublin-based company said it had profit of 15 cents per share. The fiber cement maker posted revenue of $586.2 million in the period. James Hardie shares have declined 1 percent since the beginning ...
Australia's James Hardie Industries Plc reported a 10 percent drop in third-quarter profit on Tuesday, as a soft U.S. housing market dealt a blow to sales of the world's biggest fibre cement maker. The U.S. housing market has been struck by higher mortgage rates, on the back of the Federal Reserve’s upward policy stance for much of 2018, while higher costs for labour and raw materials also led to more expensive homes. The company, whose U.S. cement sales accounts for a majority of total sales, said adjusted net operating profit fell to $65.9 million for the quarter, from $72.9 million a year earlier.