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Elementis PLC (ELM.L)

ELM.L on London Stock Exchange

291.30GBp
24 Feb 2017
Change (% chg)

-0.80 (-0.27%)
Prev Close
292.10
Open
292.10
Day's High
294.70
Day's Low
291.10
Volume
294,481
Avg. Vol
1,148,456
52-wk High
313.66
52-wk Low
179.60

ELM.L

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About

Elementis plc is a United Kingdom-based specialty chemicals company. The Company operates through three segments: Specialty Products, Surfactants and Chromium. Its Specialty Products segment is engaged in the production of rheological and other specialty additives, compounded products and colorants. Its Surfactants segment is... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.12
Market Cap(Mil.): £1,342.77
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 463.50
Dividend: 2.05
Yield (%): --

Financials

UK's Elementis to buy SummitReheis to grow personal care chemicals

British speciality chemicals maker Elementis Plc said on Friday it would buy U.S.-based SummitReheis from an affiliate of private equity firm One Rock Capital Partners LLC for an enterprise value of $360 million to expand its personal care chemicals business.

10 Feb 2017

UPDATE 1-UK's Elementis to buy SummitReheis to grow personal care chemicals

Feb 10 British speciality chemicals maker Elementis Plc said on Friday it would buy U.S.-based SummitReheis from an affiliate of private equity firm One Rock Capital Partners LLC for an enterprise value of $360 million to expand its personal care chemicals business.

10 Feb 2017

REFILE-UK's Elementis to buy U.S.-based SummitReheis in $360 mln deal

Feb 10 British speciality chemicals maker Elementis Plc said on Friday it would buy U.S.-based SummitReheis from an affiliate of private equity firm One Rock Capital Partners LLC for an enterprise value of $360 million to expand its personal care business.

10 Feb 2017

BRIEF-Elementis says to buy SRLH Holdings for $360 mln

* Entered into an agreement to acquire SRLH Holdings, Inc. From an affiliate of one rock capital partners, llc for an enterprise value of us$360 million

10 Feb 2017

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