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Cemex successfully closes new US$4.05bn bank loan

20 July 2017, Published under Cement News

Cemex announced today that it has entered into a new facilities agreement for a total amount of US$4.05bn with 20 institutions. The 2017 Credit Agreement will be used to refinance the US$3.68bn facilities agreement dated 29 September 2014 (2014 Credit Agreement), and the remaining amount will be used for general corporate purposes, which may include debt repayment. Cemex expects to fully cancel both drawn and undrawn amounts under the 2014 Credit Agreement by 25 July 2017. The main terms...

Yamama agrees raising credit facility limit

20 June 2017, Published under Cement News

Yamama Cement announced that it has agreed with the National Commercial Bank (NCB) and Samba Financial Group to raise its sharia-compliant credit facility limit from SAR1bn to SAR3.6bn (US$266.6m to US$960m). The maturity date for the last instalments for these facilities is on 2 January 2025, the company said in a statement to the Saudi Stock Exchange. The new limits will be used to open new letters of credit worth SAR500m, as well as Murabaha facilities at SAR 2.1bn, financial website M...

Cemex enters new US$1.35bn credit agreement

01 October 2014, Published under Cement News

Cemex SAB de CV announced it entered a new credit agreement for US$1.35bn with nine of the main lending banks from its Facilities Agreement of 17 September 2012. The new agreement’s main terms include an average four-year term with equal semi-annual payments of principal of 20 per cent each, with a three-year grace period and September 2019 as the last payment date. In addition, there will be a spread over LIBOR of 250-375 basis points, depending on the level of leverage of the company, an...