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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Crh Plc LSE:CRH London Ordinary Share IE0001827041 ORD EUR 0.32 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -45.00 -1.27% 3,499.00 3,495.00 3,499.00 3,540.00 3,491.00 3,540.00 62,357 08:23:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 24,578.6 1,482.5 127.3 28.5 27,457

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/9/2007
16:19
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtml?xml=/money/2007/09/01/cxquest101.xml Questor: CRH is riding the US slowdown and has a good buyout record
lbo
28/8/2007
19:50
Most impressive,PBT of 27% is remarkable when you consider that was achieved in the face of the slowing US residential market.Well diversified business that grows by leaps,year-in,year-out.
djderry
28/8/2007
10:13
Not bad results - Well received by mkt
matthewa
27/8/2007
20:30
Interims tomorrow.The median analyst's estimate is for a 24% increase in profits.That would be some performance!
djderry
27/8/2007
15:06
Trouble is the building trade shares could be hit for around 3 years. Yet this one looks sound - and cheapish.
hectorp
17/8/2007
19:28
Yeats spoke about 'great art beaten down',well here we have great stocks beaten down.Added to my holding yesterday.In the midst of the spreading credit crunch,I heard a commentator talk about the effects of a recession starting in the States and spreading throughout the world.With a bit of luck,we're in for the sale of the century!Bring me your shares,o panic-stricken ones!
djderry
02/7/2007
19:54
Profits in the half year up 25%,stronger European growth offsetting weaker U.S. Top class performance.
djderry
20/6/2007
20:02
It's an all time high.
djderry
02/6/2007
12:37
Irish Times: Davy values CRH at €37.50 per share Davy Stockbrokers has set a €37.50 a share price target for building materials group CRH, arguing that its European markets are showing a strong recovery. "Cement demand remains strong in all of CRH's markets, with most facilities operating at full capacity," said analysts Barry Dixon and Robert Gardiner. They added that operating margins from its European products division could boost group earnings by 4 per cent.
lbo
09/5/2007
18:41
Positive trading statement.Europe balancing out America.
djderry
09/5/2007
09:36
The rumour is KKR is looking!
lbo
03/5/2007
16:26
Yes, but the money the Irish government plan to use on the NDP comes from tax revenues on the Irish economy. Therefore a slow down in property and growth in Ireland will mean less money to the exchequer and less money for the NDP. If you care to check you will see that this year already Ireland has gone from a big budget surplus to a deficit! The money for the NDP has dried up! Also 54% of CRH revenues come from America and with the dollar being so weak, this will have a bad effect on results. Anyway, I continue to hold from a much lower level and will continue to hold.
lbo
30/4/2007
20:56
LBO,I thought your warnings were confined to Anglo Irish,but I was obviously mistaken.Without re-hashing our discussion on that thread,CRH has a wide spread of business around the world.Even in Ireland it has as much exposure to infrastructure( major government national development plan underway) as it has to residential.It's well insulated.(I fear we'll end up on the Kingspan thread re-hashing the re-hash!).
djderry
30/4/2007
08:15
Housing nerves knock 1.6bn off Iseq Jitters about the housing market knocked €1.6 billion off the value of the Irish stock market yesterday, bringing the amount it has lost this week to almost €3 billion. The worst hit were those companies most exposed to the property sector, namely the mortgage-lenders and the construction companies, as the latest Permanent TSB/ESRI house price index showed that the average price paid for a house in Ireland last month was €309,071, down 0.6 per cent from February. Dublin dealers said that, coming on the back of the negative sentiment seen in the Spanish property market earlier in the week, the nervousness among investors was not surprising. "Buyers are certainly waiting in the wings and biding their time," said one trader. The Spanish stock market, the Ibex 35 index of leading shares, dropped 2.7 per cent on Tuesday, prompted by panic-selling of property stocks following the slump of one of the index's construction companies. Earlier this week commentators likened the Spanish housing sector to Ireland's, saying that the high levels of housing activity in both economies was unsustainable. However, others were quick to point out that other areas of the Irish economy remained robust and that there was no reason why a soft landing in the housing market could not be achieved. Yesterday dealers said that the sell-ff was likely to be a blip and somewhat exaggerated because of the heavy weighting of the Iseq towards financial and construction stocks. The situation was also exacerbated by the continuing declines in the value of the dollar, which has implications for Irish companies which export to the US and those which have operations in the region. Overall, the Iseq fell 1.4 per cent, to 9,470, its lowest closing level in more than three weeks
lbo
19/3/2007
22:06
What an interesting analysis,'run for the hills,sell everything,the end is nigh!'Any little bit of turbulence in the markets and the muppets pop up.The Irish economy is growing at twice the European rate,stick to lecturing undergraduates,Mr. McDowell.
djderry
06/3/2007
22:10
Stellar full year results.
djderry
20/2/2007
11:06
Actually perhaps by the end of the week!
djderry
19/2/2007
19:13
Should see 35 euro by year end.At least!
djderry
17/10/2006
08:43
China RNS Number:5641K CRH PLC 17 October 2006 N E W S R E L E A S E 17th October 2006 CRH SIGNS LETTER OF INTENT FOR ACQUISITION OF EQUITY STAKE IN CHINESE CEMENT PRODUCER CRH plc, the international building materials group, announces the signing of a Letter of Intent to acquire an equity interest in the cement operations of the Jilin Yatai Group. These operations (Yatai Cement) comprise 4 integrated cement plants and one grinding station, with total cement capacity of approximately 9 million tonnes per annum, located in the provinces of Jilin and Heilongjiang in northeast China. The Jilin Yatai Group is listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange and Yatai Cement is one of the ten largest cement groups in China. The Letter of Intent provides for the initial purchase by CRH of a 26% equity stake in Yatai Cement with an option to acquire further shares after 3 years up to a maximum of 49%. Completion of the proposed transaction is subject to detailed negotiation and due diligence, and to Chinese government approval. Additional information will be provided in due course. In a comment, Liam O'Mahony, CRH Chief Executive, said "CRH's proposed equity stake in Yatai Cement when combined with the agreement to acquire the Harbin Sanling Cement Company in Heilongjiang province (announced on 10 October) provides an excellent opportunity for CRH to develop a strong position over time in what we believe are attractive markets in northeast China with good long-term growth prospects". Contact CRH at Dublin 404 1000 (+353 1 404 1000) Liam O'Mahony, Chief Executive Myles Lee, Finance Director CRH plc, Belgard Castle , Clondalkin, Dublin 22, Ireland TELEPHONE +353.1.4041000 FAX +353.1.4041007 E-MAIL mail@crh.com WEBSITE www.crh.com Registered Office, 42 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin 2, Ireland This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END LOIAKOKDOBDKOKD
waldron
04/9/2006
20:25
that should have read 'in due course',of course!
d.j. derry
30/5/2006
18:32
Just looked at my ntr they are now 5.25
cat100
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