Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Crh Plc LSE:CRH London Ordinary Share IE0001827041 ORD EUR 0.32
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -18.00 -0.62% 2,868.00 2,867.00 2,869.00 2,898.00 2,867.00 2,898.00 124,618 08:23:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 24,089.6 1,674.3 271.9 11.1 23,055

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19/12/2005
18:07
Neil I mistakedly got out in the mid 23s. Looking to get back in... just need to free up some cash, and waiting for a dip... Its almost at 25... is your charting predicting any higher ?
umair
15/12/2005
16:44
A good day umair. All fits in with my P&F charting which gives a predicted target of 25 euros.
neilavery
12/12/2005
13:53
Thanks umair. Good post.
neilavery
12/12/2005
09:19
Breakout - in style!
neilavery
01/12/2005
17:11
In excess of 500,000 shares bought after hours today
neilavery
19/11/2005
01:12
Lets hope so. This thing used to go up 2-3% a week, regular as clockwork. Looking positive as far as I can see.
umair
18/11/2005
09:25
Could be a move to 23.5 euro in progress.
neilavery
07/11/2005
09:06
hi umair - you obviously took over whilst I was on holiday. I got fed up with talking to myself as well! I think things look good for the future but am a bit concerned with the position of the share price at present. I would like to see it go back above 22 euros, else it looks like an extended head and shoulders. At present, point and figure is predicting a price in the 18 euro area, and that prediction will remain until the share price goes over 23.5.
neilavery
02/11/2005
10:52
ISEQ up as CRH acquisition boosts 17:45 01/11/2005 (BizWorld) The Dublin market rallied for the third straight day today with builders reaping the benefits of a building boom at home and abroad and CRH gaining from its latest acquisitions. At the closing bell, the ISEQ index of Irish shares was up 69.95 points to 6,646.18. The construction sector powered ahead today following news of a massive E34.4bn Government spending plan on infrastructure and transport over the next ten years that will include a Metro to Dublin Airport, extension of the Luas to Bray and the doubling of roads expenditure around the country. Shares in sector leader and Ireland's largest company, CRH, soared by 3.31pc or 69c to 2154 on news that it has expanded its material business in the US with the completion of three transactions. The three deals are worth a total USD413m (E344m) comprises cash, including debt assumed, of USD361m (E301m), plus deferred payments with a net present cost of USD52m (E43m). Further reports from the US showing another rise in construction spending in October also boosted the shares. http://www.businessworld.ie/displaynews.htm?a=1289213
umair
01/11/2005
13:52
Anyone else here ?
umair
01/11/2005
13:09
Good article on US construction trends... http://www.construction.com/ResourceCenter/forecast/2005Sept.asp Shows construction slipping a little in September...
umair
01/11/2005
12:42
O'Mahony named Business Person of the Year October 20, 2005 10:37 Liam O'Mahony, the CEO of building materials group CRH, has been named as Business Person of the Year in the 2005 Business and Finance Awards, in partnership with KPMG. Kingspan was named as the Company of the Year, while Tony Ryan was the winner of a Lifetime Achievement Award. The awards recognise and salute Irish business leaders and companies who have made an outstanding contribution to Corporate Ireland. There were over 100 nominations for both the person of the year and business of the year titles. The independent judging panel included Anglo Irish Bank's Sean Fitzpatrick, Business and Finance editor Gabi Thesing, Professor Niamh Brennan from UCD and businessmen Dermot Desmond and Michael Smurfit. http://www.rte.ie/business/2005/1020/awards.html
umair
01/11/2005
12:25
Looks like they've rectified the acquisition spend issue !
umair
27/10/2005
11:41
CRH EBITA forecast caut by Goldman Sachs Goldman Sachs cuts CRH (CRH.DB) EBITA forecast for 2005 to EUR1.321 billion from EUR1.361 billion, partly to reflect a drop in forecast for 2005 acquisition spend from EUR1.2 billion to EUR870 million. GS says strategy is now "one of organic growth rather than CRH's usual "'kick' from acquisitions." Has EUR21.80 fair value and in-line/attractive rating. Shares -1.4% at EUR21.2. From here: http://thegrumpybuilder.blogspot.com/2005/10/crh-ebita-forecast-caut-by-goldman.html
umair
22/10/2005
13:33
What's driving ths lower... Can't just be SAYE share schemes ? I got out around 22.5 but am looking to get back in at these levels.
umair
13/10/2005
13:49
They must have given a really impressive investor presentation!!!!!
neilavery
06/10/2005
06:23
mmmm....another saye share scheme about to mature from yr 2000
bedlamsbottom
04/10/2005
16:33
A very nice 'W' has formed on the chart, following three good days rises.
neilavery
03/10/2005
15:39
Two good days in a row (just in case anyone else is reading this)! Will there be pressure from the downtrend that we've just reached, at about 22.8 euros?
neilavery
23/9/2005
16:05
The bounce seems to have occured at about 21.5 euros. Let's hope this is a double bottom!
neilavery
20/9/2005
18:46
Oh dear! Another drift down to the 22 euro position. Will support hold?
neilavery
19/9/2005
17:14
Nice to see some blue today. Three bounces off the 22 euro area in the last 4 days. Lets hope we now get another leg up. Good luck to all.
neilavery
25/7/2005
13:07
Back on track ! Also the EUR-GBP exchange rate is moving in the right direction for holders of Euro denominated assets.
umair
18/5/2005
15:08
there's the move I was waiting for...just before the certificates are issued..up by 4.4% today....much better
bedlamsbottom
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