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U.S. Silica Holdings Inc (SLCA.N)

SLCA.N on New York Stock Exchange

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Tue, Jul 31 2018

Frac sand producer U.S. Silica forecasts strong second half

U.S. Silica Holdings Inc's , which makes sand used in hydraulic fracturing, forecast an upbeat second half of the year on strong demand for locally sourced sand, helping its shares recover after disappointing quarterly results.

UPDATE 2-Frac sand producer U.S. Silica forecasts strong second half

July 31 U.S. Silica Holdings Inc's, which makes sand used in hydraulic fracturing, forecast an upbeat second half of the year on strong demand for locally sourced sand, helping its shares recover after disappointing quarterly results.

Frac sand producer U.S. Silica reports 40 pct fall in quarterly profit

July 31 U.S. Silica Holdings Inc, which produces commercial silica used in the oil and gas industry, reported a 40 percent drop in quarterly profit on Tuesday, hit by higher expenses and merger related charges.

BRIEF-U.S. Silica Holdings Expects Demand To Ramp Throughout The Year - Conf Call

* SAYS NOT ADVERSELY IMPACTED BY WIDESPREAD RAIL DISRUPTIONS IN Q1 - CONF CALL

BRIEF-U.S. Silica Holdings Says Expects Disruptions From Barges Due To Flooding In Q2- Conf Call

* SAYS EXPECTS DISRUPTIONS FROM BARGES DUE TO FLOODING IN Q2- CONF CALL Further company coverage:

BRIEF-U.S. Silica Holdings Announces Q1 Earnings Per Share $0.39

* Q1 REVENUE $369.3 MILLION VERSUS I/B/E/S VIEW $366.5 MILLION

BRIEF-U.S. Silica Holdings Says CEO's 2017 Total Compensation Was $4.7 Mln

* U.S. SILICA HOLDINGS INC SAYS CEO BRYAN A. SHINN'S 2017 TOTAL COMPENSATION WAS $4.7 MILLION VERSUS $7.8 MILLION IN 2016 – SEC FILING‍​ Source text: [https://bit.ly/2GnxodY] Further company coverage:

BRIEF-U.S. Silica to buy EP Minerals for $750 million

* U.S. SILICA ACQUIRES PERFORMANCE MATERIALS LEADER EP MINERALS FOR $750 MILLION

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