Lafarge S.A. (LFRGY)

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Reuters  Jul 21  Comment 
Cement makers Holcim and Lafarge have received more than 100 expressions of interest in assets they must sell ahead of their planned merger, the Swiss company's chief...
Wall Street Journal  Jul 20  Comment 
Cement giants Holcim and Lafarge have begun formally notifying regulators how they will tackle antitrust concerns, Holcim Chief Executive Bernard Fontana said, as the companies move to create a $50 billion building materials powerhouse.
newratings.com  Jul 15  Comment 
PARIS (dpa-AFX) - Elementia SA, the Mexican cement maker backed by billionaires Carlos Slim and Antonio del Valle, is in talks to buy out partner Lafarge SA (LFGEF.PK, LFRGY.PK), a French cement company, in their joint venture in Mexico, Bloomberg...
SeekingAlpha  Jul 10  Comment 
By Musings of a Banker: Levered Returns Cash Flow Models McDonald's (MCD) is a globally recognized restaurant chain that produces consistent cash flows year after year. The company's operating income has not delivered negative growth in the...
Reuters  Jul 10  Comment 
Unions representing thousands of European workers affected by the sale of assets proposed by merging cement groups Lafarge and Holcim have asked the pair for specific...
Reuters  Jul 9  Comment 
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Cranes Today  Jul 8  Comment 
The LR 11000 was used by Felbermayr to work on a constricted site with a 35m by 35m working area at the Petrom refinery in Plojesti near Bucharest to lift giant steel cylinders, the largest of which measured 58m in length, weighing 335t and with a...
TheStreet.com  Jul 7  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of Anglo American Plc  are down -1.15% to $12.95 in heavy trading volume after the miner said that n">it would sell its 50% stake in Lafarge Tarmac to Lafarge S.A.  for a minimum consideration of $1.51 billion...
Wall Street Journal  Jul 7  Comment 
The mining giant wants to concentrate on its core business and aims to sell its share of Lafarge Tarmac to French cement producer Lafarge, its partner in the joint venture.





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