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Heidelbergcement Cuts Dividend Proposal to 0.60 Euros Per Share From 2.20 Euros
Heidelbergcement AG Issues A Eurobond With A Volume Of EUR 650 Million
Heidelbergcement could still change dividend if coronavirus hit worsens - CFO
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 and the Aggregates segment focus on raw materials for concrete, namely cement and aggregates, such as sand, gravel and crushed rock. The Ready-Mixed Concrete-Asphalt segment includes the Company's ready-mixed concrete and asphalt activities. The Service- Joint Ventures - Other segment comprises activities of the Company's joint ventures, including trading activities, among others.
Construction - Raw Materials
Berliner Strasse 6
Independent Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Dominik von Achten
Chairman of the Managing Board
Independent Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Employee Representative
Deputy Chairman of the Managing Board, Chief Financial Officer
Kevin Gerard Gluskie
Member of the Managing Board
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French construction materials group St Gobain reported lower first-half profits on Thursday, although the company hoped for a better second-half performance, echoing comments from rivals LafargeHolcim and HeidelbergCement.
* CEO does not think a second virus wave will derail recovery
HeidelbergCement, the world's No. 2 cement maker, on Thursday said it would continue to tighten its purse strings in the wake of the coronavirus crisis after a good start to the July-September quarter.
HeidelbergCement, the world's No. 2 cement maker, on Thursday said it would continue to tighten its purse strings in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, adding it was still impossible to give an outlook for the year.
* Shares up 3.8% as results beat Refinitiv forecast (Recasts, adds context, shares)
Heidelbergcement <HEIG.DE> on Monday said a review of its assets in the second quarter had forced it to book a 3.4 billion euros ($3.85 billion) impairment due to Brexit and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on its business.
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.
* SIGNIFICANT SALES DECREASE IN APRIL, MAY DUE TO LOCKDOWN IN ITALY
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.
* Expects pandemic to hit sales, profits in 2020 (Adds details on results)
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.
* CFO SAYS WE COULD STILL CHANGE DIVIDEND PROPOSAL IN COMING MONTHS IF SITUATION DETERIORATES DRAMATICALLY DUE TO CORONAVIRUS Further company coverage: (Frankfurt newsroom)
* Shares fall 9.6% to bottom of DAX (Recasts, adds CEO comments, details)
HeidelbergCement has shut three plants in northern Italy after authorities urged it to take the step due to the massive spread of coronavirus infections in the country, its Chief Executive Dominik von Achten said on Thursday.
HeidelbergCement, the world's second-largest cement maker and an indicator of global economic activity, on Thursday said it could not give an outlook for 2020 as the ongoing spread of the coronavirus brings numerous economies to a standstill.
* Shares fall as much as 4.9% (Recasts, adds context, CEO comments)
HeidelbergCement, the world's No. 2 cement maker after LafargeHolcim, on Thursday confirmed its 2019 outlook after posting an 12% increase in core earnings in the third quarter.
Egyptian cement maker Tourah Cement, a subsidiary of Germany's HeidelbergCement , says it has suspended production because of financial distress caused by oversupply in the Egyptian market and is considering liquidation.
HeidelbergCement, the world's second-largest cement maker, expects sales and profits to grow moderately, it said on Thursday, reflecting energy cost inflation and higher demand for construction materials in Indonesia, Europe and North America.
* Shares rise almost 5 pct to 4-month high (Adds details on proposed management changes)
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