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HeidelbergCement AG (HEIG.DE)

HEIG.DE on Xetra

64.16EUR
22 Mar 2019
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Thu, Mar 21 2019

UPDATE 2-HeidelbergCement's lacklustre dividend, outlook weigh on shares

* FY result from current operations down 9pct at 1.98 bln euros

HeidelbergCement expects moderate sales, profit growth in 2019

FRANKFURT, March 21 HeidelbergCement, the world's second-largest cement maker, expects sales and profits to grow moderately, it said on Thursday, banking on energy cost inflation and higher demand for construction materials in Indonesia, Europe and North America.

UPDATE 3-HeidelbergCement sees easier 2019, CEO to step down

* Shares rise almost 5 pct to 4-month high (Adds details on proposed management changes)

HeidelbergCement Q4 operating profit slightly beats forecasts

BERLIN, Feb 19 Germany's HeidelbergCement on Tuesday reported higher-than-expected core earnings for the fourth quarter, citing solid demand for building materials and price increases.

HeidelbergCement says it is on track to sell assets worth 1.5 billion euros

FRANKFURT Cement maker HeidelbergCement on Monday said it would deliver proceeds of about 500 million euros ($573 million) in asset sales in 2018, putting it on track for 1.5 billion in planned disposals by the end of 2020.

HeidelbergCement tightens purse strings as energy costs rise

FRANKFURT HeidelbergCement on Thursday announced plans to cut costs and investments to protect profit margins and also flagged a recovery in the North American market, where tough conditions forced the group to cut its outlook last month.

UPDATE 3-HeidelbergCement tightens purse strings as energy costs rise

* Shares reach highest level since Oct. 5 (Recasts, adds details from conference call, updates shares)

HeidelbergCement to cut costs, spending to counter U.S. woes

FRANKFURT, Nov 8 HeidelbergCement on Thursday said it would cut costs and investments, only weeks after the world's second-largest cement maker slashed its profit outlook on a weak U.S. construction market and higher-than-expected energy costs.

UPDATE 2-Profit warning sends HeidelbergCement shares tumbling 10 pct

* Shares drop as much as 10.3 percent (Recasts, adds details on U.S. business, shares, analyst)

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