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Pakistan's cement shares become attractive on the PSX

05 February 2019, Published under Cement News

The shares of top Pakistan's cement producers at Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) become attractive for international and local buyers on 5 February on anticipation of good results ahead.   The benchmark KSE100 Index started the week on a buoyant note, settling marginally above the key barrier of 41,600. The gains were mainly led by aggressive buying in cements with DG Khan Cement Ltd DGKC PA up five per cent, Maple Leaf Cement Factory Ltd (MLCF) up five per cent and Lucky Cement Limited LUCK ...

Titan Cement moves to Brussels listing

23 October 2018, Published under Cement News

Titan Cement International SA has submitted a voluntary tender offer for the exchange of all ordinary and preference shares issued by Titan Cement Co with new share of Titan Cement International SA to facilitate the listing of the Titan Group in the Euronext Brussels stock exchange, one of the largest EU stock exchanges, according to a company statement. However, the cement producer will maintain a parallel listing on the Athens Exchange and Euronext Paris. The step will support its indepe...

Titan Group tenders Euronext and Athens Exchange listing

19 October 2018, Published under Cement News

Titan Cement company has announced that Titan Cement International has submitted a voluntary tender offer the exchange of all the ordinary shares and preference shares issued by Titan Cement Co SA with new shares of Titan Cement International SA. The purpose of this offer is to have a listing of Titan Group on Euronext Brussels, one of the European Union stock exchanges. The offer includes the proposal of a secondary listing and admission to trading of all Titan Cement International SA shar...

GICA’s Ain El Kebira to launch on stock exchange

16 September 2015, Published under Cement News

Groupe Industrial des Ciments d’Algérie (GICA) plans to place 35 per cent of the capital of Ain El Kebira cement plant on the Algerian stock exchange in 2016, according to its CEO, Laid Khaber. The stake will be made available to institutional investors such as banks, financial and insurance companies. However, he emphasised that the cement company’s entry to the bourse does not mean it will be privatised.