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Lafargeholcim Ltd

LHN.S

Latest Trade

45.94CHF

Change

-0.28(-0.61%)

Volume

6,363,317

Today's Range

45.00

 - 

47.16

52 Week Range

44.78

 - 

54.00

As of on the Virt-X ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
46.22
Open
47.10
Volume
6,363,317
3M AVG Volume
46.21
Today's High
47.16
Today's Low
45.00
52 Week High
54.00
52 Week Low
44.78
Shares Out (MIL)
605.19
Market Cap (MIL)
28,468.24
Forward P/E
--
Dividend (Yield %)
4.33

Next Event

Q1 2020 LafargeHolcim Ltd Trading Statement Release

Latest Developments

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About Lafargeholcim Ltd

LafargeHolcim Ltd (LafargeHolcim) is a holding company operating in building materials industry. The Company's segments include Asia Pacific, Latin America, Europe, North America and Middle East Africa. The Company has three product lines, such as Cement, which consists of clinker, cement and other cementitious materials; Aggregates, and Other construction materials and services, which consists of ready-mix concrete, concrete products, asphalt, construction and paving, trading and other products and services. The Company serves masons, builders, architects and engineers around the world. The Company operates in over 90 countries. The Company produces a range of cements and hydraulic binders. These range from Portland cements and classic masonry cements to specialized products for a range of environments, such as environments exposed to seawater, sulfates and other natural conditions. Its concrete brands include Agilia, Chronolia, Artevia, Extensia, Thermedia and Hydromedia.

Contact Info

Zuercherstrasse 156

+41.58.8588600

https://www.lafargeholcim.com/

Executive Leadership

Beat W. Hess

Independent Chairman of the Board

Jan Jenisch

Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Oscar Fanjul

Vice Chairman of the Board

Geraldine Picaud

Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Committee

Keith Carr

Head of Legal and Compliance, General Counsel, Member of the Executive Committee

Key Stats

2.10 mean rating - 20 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, CHF)

2016

26.9K

2017

26.1K

2018

27.5K

2019(E)

26.8K
EPS (CHF)

2016

2.670

2017

3.110

2018

2.630

2019(E)

3.542
Price To Earnings (TTM)
12.61
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.04
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.00
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
5.91
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
56.38
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
46.14
Return on Investment (TTM)
5.28
Return on Equity (TTM)
4.06

Latest News

Latest News

Cement giant LafargeHolcim sees 2020 growth despite China slowdown

LafargeHolcim expects to shake off a "massive slowdown" in China caused by the coronavirus with a rebound in Chinese demand later in the year and strong sales in other regions, the world's largest cement maker said on Thursday.

UPDATE 1-HeidelbergCement shares fall as group warns of Q4 weakness

* Shares fall as much as 4.9% (Recasts, adds context, CEO comments)

LafargeHolcim optimistic about 2020 building industry

LafargeHolcim <LHN.S> expects the construction industry to remain buoyant next year despite the downturn dragging on other sectors of the global economy.

LafargeHolcim sees no large acquisitions for now after paying down debt

LafargeHolcim <LHN.S> has distanced itself from bidding for BASF's <BASFn.DE> construction chemicals business, with the cement maker's Chief Executive Jan Jenisch saying his company has no plans for large acquisitions at the moment.

LafargeHolcim rules out large acquisitions after paying down debt

LafargeHolcim has distanced itself from bidding for BASF's construction chemicals business, with the cement maker's Chief Executive Jan Jenisch saying his company would not consider large deals.

South Africa's PPC picks ex-Lafarge veteran van Wiljnen as CEO

South African cement company PPC named ex-LafargeHolcim veteran Roland van Wiljnen as its new chief executive on Wednesday after a near seven-month search.

Thomas Schmidheiny reduces stake in Switzerland's LafargeHolcim

Thomas Schmidheiny, a major shareholder in LafargeHolcim, said he had cut his stake in the Swiss cement maker to 7.2% from 10.9% to diversify his investment portfolio.

UPDATE 2-LafargeHolcim sees cement demand up, defying slowdown fears

* Company beats market expectations for first-quarter results

LafargeHolcim CEO eyes up to 10 deals this year

LafargeHolcim expects to increase the number of small acquisitions it makes this year after buying four businesses so far in 2019, Chief Executive Jan Jenisch said on Wednesday.

LafargeHolcim sells Philippines business in $2.15 billion deal

LafargeHolcim has agreed to sell its Philippines operations in a deal valuing them at $2.15 billion, the world's largest cement maker said on Thursday, as it continues to sell off units in fringe markets.

LafargeHolcim sells Philippines business in $2.15 billion deal

LafargeHolcim has agreed to sell its operations in the Philippines in a deal which values the business at $2.15 billion, the world's largest cement maker said on Thursday, as it presses ahead with selling off operations in fringe markets.

UPDATE 2-Appetite for construction helping cement maker LafargeHolcim weather downturn

* Company reports profit slightly ahead of expectations (Rewrites, adding CEO comment, share price)

Swiss stocks - Factors to watch on March 7

The Swiss blue-chip SMI was seen opening 0.7 percent lower at 9,337 points on Thursday , according to premarket indications by bank Julius Baer.

French judges drop preliminary charges against LafargeHolcim's former CEO

French judges have dropped preliminary charges against LafargeHolcim's former Chief Executive Eric Olsen, said Olsen's lawyer, which came as part of a wider investigation on whether the company helped finance Islamic State in Syria.

LafargeHolcim plans divestment in southeast Asia: website

LafargeHolcim plans to sell assets in Southeast Asia over the next five years due to the company's weak performance in the region, website Industrial Info Resource reported on Wednesday without citing sources.

LafargeHolcim completes sale of $1.75 billion Indonesian unit

LafargeHolcim has completed the sale of its Indonesia business in a deal which valued the unit at $1.75 billion, the cement maker said on Friday.

UPDATE 2-LafargeHolcim sees slower 2019 sales growth but higher profitability

LafargeHolcim expects slower sales growth but higher profitability in 2019, the world's largest cement maker said on Wednesday, adding that it is counting on "solid market demand" for its building materials to continue.

Indonesia revives M&A deal flow

* Loans: Country’s largest cement maker taps US$1.25bn acquisition financing

UPDATE 3-Indonesia's biggest cement maker snaps up LafargeHolcim unit to bolster market lead

* Sector hit by pricing pressures, weak margins (Adds detals on cement capacity in paragraph five)

Semen Indonesia to buy LafargeHolcim's Indonesian unit for $917 million

Indonesia's biggest cement maker Semen Indonesia is buying the local business of Swiss company LafargeHolcim for roughly $917 million, in a move that will consolidate the struggling Indonesian industry.

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