Lafarge plans to sell a 10-year EUR500m bond, one of the banks managing the sale said on Wednesday.
The net profit growth rate of Indian cement firms declined to 85 per cent in the fourth quarter ended March 2007 compared with 150 per cent in the first three quarters
Lafarge SA said that it bought 71,000 of its own shares last week for a total outlay of EUR8.8m
Siam City Cement PCL, Thailand’s second-largest cement producer by capacity, said Tuesday it is in the process of writing off 12.5m treasury shares
Holcim said it plans to redeem ahead of schedule two convertible bonds with a face value of SwFr131m and US$22m, respectively.
Shiva Cement board today could not approve the proposal to allot 14.5 million equity shares to ACC and 25.7 million share warrants on preferential basis as the "in-principle" clearance from SEBI has n
Oman’s Raysut Cement Co booked a 43.8 per cent YoY rise in net profit to OMR7.32m (US$19m) for the first quarter of 2007, driven by improvements in production and marketing.
Czech cement maker Lafarge Cement will pay its shareholders Kc252.6m in dividends, or Kc221 per a share, based on a decision made at today’s annual general meeting.
Irish cement maker Readymix PLC said it has been in talks with a potential buyer regarding selling a part of its concrete products division.
The Kyiv-based Eurocement Group Ukraine company, which is a subsidiary of the Russian largest holding for cement production Moscow-base
Cemex SA said it now has won acceptances for 41.57 per cent of Rinker Group Ltd’s issued capital, including shares held under an institutional acceptances facility.
Vicat, France’s third largest cement maker, is to increase its floating capital from 5.1 to 28.1 per cent
Cemex SA said it has increased its stake in Rinker Group Ltd to 39.42 per cent from 37.39 per cent via
The Siam Cement Group, Thailand announced operating performance for the first quarter of fiscal 2007 decreased from the previous year, noting that the chemicals business was still doing well.
Orascom Construction Industries reported a 53.5 per cent rise in its first-quarter net profit to US$140.3m on Thursday, helped by growth in demand for cement and construction services.
Birla Corporation, the M P Birla group flagship, has registered a net profit of Rs 326.23 crore for the year ended March 31, 2007, an increase of 159.40 per cent.