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HeidelbergCement AG (HEIG.DE)

HEIG.DE on Xetra

48.11EUR
3 Jul 2020
Change (% chg)

€0.52 (+1.09%)
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€72.00
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About

HeidelbergCement AG is a Germany-based building materials company. Its products are used for the construction of houses, infrastructure and commercial and industrial facilities. The Company operates through for segments: Cements, Aggregates, Ready-Mixed Concrete-Asphalt and Service- Joint Ventures - Other. The Cements segment... (more)

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2.41 Mean rating from 22 analysts

Overall

Beta: 1.22
Market Cap(Mil.): €9,545.82
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 198.42
Dividend: 0.60
Yield (%): 1.25

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Coronavirus widens the cracks in Egypt's cement industry

CAIRO The coronavirus is putting Egypt's private cement industry under even more pressure.

Coronavirus widens the cracks in Egypt's cement industry

CAIRO, June 8 The coronavirus is putting Egypt's private cement industry under even more pressure.

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HeidelbergCement's sales in Italy plunged in April, May - CFO

FRANKFURT HeidelbergCement , the world's No. 2 cement maker, saw its sales fall significantly in Italy in the past two months, its chief financial officer told shareholders at the group's annual general meeting.

HeidelbergCement's sales in Italy plunged in April, May - CFO

FRANKFURT, June 4 HeidelbergCement, the world's No. 2 cement maker, saw its sales fall significantly in Italy in the past two months, its chief financial officer told shareholders at the group's annual general meeting.

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HeidelbergCement slashes dividend as coronavirus impact bites

FRANKFURT HeidelbergCement slashed its dividend proposal as part of a 1 billion euro ($1.1 billion) cost-cutting move aimed at protecting the world's second-largest cement maker from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

HeidelbergCement expects significant dip in 2020 profits

FRANKFURT HeidelbergCement expects a "significant dent" in 2020 due subdued construction activity in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, its chief executive told journalists after the publication of its first-quarter results.

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Daily Briefing: Turkey, trade tensions, terrible data

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Energie -0.12%
Rohstoffe +0.08%
Industrie -0.08%
Konjunktur abhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen -0.23%
Konjunktur unabhängige Waren & Dienstleistungen -0.10%
Finanzindustrie -0.03%
Pharma +0.06%
Technologie +0.22%
Telekommunikation -0.11%