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Delek US Holdings Inc (DK.N)

DK.N on New York Stock Exchange

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22 Mar 2019
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Delek Us Holdings Sees 2018 Non GAAP Net Income Between $369 Mln - $586 Mln
Monday, 1 Oct 2018 

Oct 1 (Reuters) - Delek US Holdings Inc ::DELEK US HOLDINGS INC - SEES 2018 NON GAAP NET INCOME IN $369 MILLION TO $586 MILLION RANGE.  Full Article

Delek Us Announces $100 Million Share Repurchase Plan For Third Quarter 2018
Thursday, 6 Sep 2018 

Sept 6 (Reuters) - Delek US Holdings Inc ::DELEK US ANNOUNCES $100 MILLION SHARE REPURCHASE PLAN FOR THIRD QUARTER 2018.DELEK US HOLDINGS INC - EXPECT TO REPURCHASE AN INCREMENTAL $70 MILLION OF DELEK US SHARES IN SEPTEMBER 2018.DELEK US HOLDINGS INC - COMBINED SHARE REPURCHASES AND DIVIDENDS PAID EXPECTED TO BE APPROXIMATELY $274.0 MILLION BY END OF Q3 2018.  Full Article

Delek U.S Holdings Says Expects Closing Of Alon USA Partners Acquisition To Occur On Feb 7
Monday, 8 Jan 2018 

Jan 8 (Reuters) - Alon Usa Partners Lp ::DELEK US HOLDINGS INC - CONSENT PROCESS WILL CONCLUDE ON FEBRUARY 5, 2018.DELEK US HOLDINGS - EXPECTS CLOSING OF ACQUISITION TO OCCUR ON FEBRUARY 7, 2018.DELEK US HOLDINGS AND ALON USA PARTNERS ANNOUNCE EXPECTED CLOSING DATE AND UNITHOLDER CONSENT DEADLINE FOR ALON USA PARTNERS ACQUISITION.  Full Article

Delek US Holdings reports Q3 EPS $1.29
Thursday, 9 Nov 2017 

Nov 9 (Reuters) - Delek US Holdings Inc :Delek US Holdings reports third quarter 2017 results.Q3 adjusted earnings per share $0.81.Q3 earnings per share $1.29.Q3 earnings per share view $0.65 -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.Qtrly ‍net sales $2.34 billion versus $1.08 billion.  Full Article

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USW union, Shell agree to raise refinery worker pay by 11 percent - sources

HOUSTON The United Steelworkers union (USW) and Shell Oil Co reached a tentative agreement on Thursday that sources familiar with the deal said would boost pay by 11 percent over three years for 30,000 U.S. refinery, chemical plant and pipeline workers.