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HeidelbergCement AG (HEIG.DE)

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Wed, Feb 14 2018

HeidelbergCement sees negative effect from U.S. tax reform for 2017

FRANKFURT HeidelbergCement expects the U.S. tax reform to have a negative effect of around 200 million euros ($241 million) on its balance sheet for 2017, the German cement maker said on Tuesday but affirmed its guidance for underlying profits.

HeidelbergCement sees negative effect from U.S. tax reform for 2017

FRANKFURT, Jan 2 HeidelbergCement expects the U.S. tax reform to have a negative effect of around 200 million euros ($241 million) on its balance sheet for 2017, the German cement maker said on Tuesday but affirmed its guidance for underlying profits.

BRIEF-H+H Signs Agreement To Acquire Heidelbergcement's German, Swiss Calcium Silicate Unit Business

* REG-H+H SIGNS AGREEMENT TO ACQUIRE HEIDELBERGCEMENT’S GERMAN AND SWISS CALCIUM SILICATE UNIT BUSINESS

HeidelbergCement beats third-quarter profit forecasts as cost cuts accelerate

FRANKFURT Germany's HeidelbergCement beat expectations for third-quarter profit as cost cuts from its $4 billion takeover of Italcementi kicked in ahead of schedule.

Cementir sells Italian assets to HeidelbergCement for 315 million euros

MILAN Italy's third-largest cement maker Cementir Holding has agreed to sell its domestic assets to Italcementi, owned by Germany's HeidelbergCement , it said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Cementir sells Italian assets to HeidelbergCement for 315 mln euros

MILAN, Sept 19 Italy's third-largest cement maker Cementir Holding has agreed to sell its domestic assets to Italcementi, owned by Germany's HeidelbergCement , it said on Tuesday.

Heidelbergcement's Tanzanian unit posts 46 pct profit fall

DAR ES SALAAM, Aug 31 Tanzania Portland Cement Company(TPCC), majority owned by Germany’s Heidelbergcement, on Thursday posted a 45.6 percent drop in first-half profit after an output glut in east Africa's second-biggest economy forced down cement prices.

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