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Albemarle Corp (ALB.N)

ALB.N on New York Stock Exchange

59.95USD
23 Aug 2019
Change (% chg)

$-3.27 (-5.17%)
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Volume
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About

Albemarle Corporation is a global developer, manufacturer and marketer of highly-engineered specialty chemicals. The Company operates through three segments: Lithium and Advanced Materials, Bromine Specialties and Refining Solutions. Lithium and Advanced Materials segment consist of two product categories: Lithium and Performanc... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.72
Market Cap(Mil.): $15,155.75
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 110.47
Dividend: 0.32
Yield (%): 0.93

Financials

  ALB.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 51.37 18.01 300.41
EPS (TTM): 2.67 -- --
ROI: 3.88 16.74 11.06
ROE: 8.72 23.66 14.00

Albemarle to delay construction plans for 125,000 tons of lithium processing

Albemarle Corp said on Thursday it would delay construction plans for about 125,000 tons of additional lithium processing capacity as an oversupply of the white metal used to make electric vehicle batteries has pushed down prices.

08 Aug 2019

UPDATE 1-Albemarle to delay construction plans for 125,000 tons of lithium processing

Aug 8 Albemarle Corp said on Thursday it would delay construction plans for about 125,000 tons of additional lithium processing capacity as an oversupply of the white metal used to make electric vehicle batteries has pushed down prices.

08 Aug 2019

Albemarle to delay construction of 125,000 tons of lithium processing capacity

Aug 8 Albemarle Corp said on Thursday it would delay construction of about 125,000 tons of additional lithium processing capacity as an oversupply of the white metal used to make electric vehicle batteries has pushed down prices.

08 Aug 2019

Australia shares supported by miners, NZ edges up; sentiment still fragile

August 8 Australian shares were supported by gains in miners, with safe-haven gold stocks taking the lead on Thursday, though sentiment remained fragile as lingering trade tensions and a wave of rate cuts by central banks fed recession fears.

08 Aug 2019

Chemicals maker Albemarle profit beats, raises 2019 earnings forecast

Albemarle Corp beat quarterly profit estimates on higher demand for bromine and raised its 2019 adjusted profit forecast on Wednesday, sending shares of the world's largest lithium producer up over 10% in extended trading.

07 Aug 2019

UPDATE 2-Chemicals maker Albemarle profit beats, raises 2019 earnings forecast

Aug 7 Albemarle Corp beat quarterly profit estimates on higher demand for bromine and raised its 2019 adjusted profit forecast on Wednesday, sending shares of the world's largest lithium producer up over 10% in extended trading. Sales of bromine, a chemical used to make fire extinguishers, were driven by demand in flame retardants for electronics, clear completion fluids, and polymer resins, despite weakness in automotive and construction, sectors that have been hit by trade tensions

07 Aug 2019

UPDATE 2-Albemarle revises Australian Wodgina joint venture as lithium market sags

* MinRes to get 40% stake in Albemarle's hydroxide plant (Recasts with Albemarle, S&P comments)

01 Aug 2019

Australia's Mineral Resources to sell larger stake in Wodgina to Albemarle

Aug 1 Mineral Resources Ltd on Thursday said that Albemarle Corp, the world's largest lithium producer, would now buy a 60% stake in its Wodgina Lithium Project, instead of the previously agreed 50%.

01 Aug 2019

RPT-COLUMN-Boom-and-bust lithium market needs a pricing rethink: Andy Home

LONDON, June 25 Albemarle Corp., the world's largest lithium producer, is not impressed by the London Metal Exchange's (LME) plans to launch a lithium contract.

25 Jun 2019

Column: Boom-and-bust lithium market needs a pricing rethink

LONDON Albemarle Corp., the world's largest lithium producer, is not impressed by the London Metal Exchange's (LME) plans to launch a lithium contract.

24 Jun 2019
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