Cement News: Corporate
HeidelbergCement is in talks with banks about a self-arranged loan that will refinance debt remaining
YTL Corp has said it is on track to nearly doubling its 2010 sales from last year’s US$2.6bn.
Prism Cement recently received approval from the relevant authorities for the merger of two of its
Cemex said on Friday it will seek shareholder approval to issue 750 million shares, reports Reuters.
Egypt’s Sinai Cement approved a dividend of E£4/share, the stock exchange said on Sunday.
AMINVESTMENT Bank Bhd has been appointed as the principal adviser, lead arranger and lead
Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services on Thursday lowered its corporate credit rating on cement producer
The general shareholders’ meeting of Cimpor scheduled for April 29 will elect new board members,
Greek cement maker Titan Cement said on Tuesday it had agreed to sell a 16% stake in its Egyptian
Cemex said on Wednesday it sees a likely consolidated net loss in the first quarter of 2010 versus the
Cemex said on Tuesday it plans to sell convertible bonds worth US$500m as part of a wider refinancing
Rain Commodities Ltd plans to raise US$100m by selling tax-free bonds in two US states.
Former Minister of Public Works, Transport and Communications, Mario Lino, may be one of the nominees
Ricardo Manuel Simões Bayão Horta has announced his resignation as Chairman and CEO of
Steel producer CSN remains on the lookout for foreign cement assets to acquire,
Asia Cement (0743.HK) may fall, after reporting weaker-than-expected FY09 results; net profit +48.5%