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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
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -37.00 -1.2% 3,043.00 3,057.00 3,060.00 3,092.00 3,036.00 3,080.00 3,105,101 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 21,265.1 1,789.8 203.7 14.1 23,887

Crh Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/4/2009
23:30
http://www.independent.ie/business/stocks-markets/aryzta-quits-iseq-listing-to-concentrate-on-alpine-stock-market-peaks-1677852.html The Iseq has been one of the worst performing stock exchanges in the world over the past two years Shareholders take a double hit as firms slash dividend payouts http://www.independent.ie/business/irish/shareholders-take-a-double-hit-as-firms-slash-dividend-payouts-1710098.html
lbo
10/4/2009
21:55
Still basking in schadenfreude I see.
djderry
08/4/2009
20:54
Only if you think Anglo was a bank! LOL http://www.rte.ie/business/2009/morningrep/download/0408ncb.pdf The Irish Government's budget yesterday included a reduction of €576m in capital expenditure to €7.3bn for 2009. The largest reduction is to transport projects (€300m), such as national and local roads, with the balance to be taken from Environment, Heritage & Local Government and Education & Science. The budget also set out the capital allocation for public investment up to 2013 as follows - €6.6bn in 2010, €5.5bn in 2011, €6bn in 2012 and 2013. No details were provided yesterday on the specific transport projects that are to be deferred or cancelled. • CRH and Readymix have been key beneficiaries of the Irish Government's national roads programme in recent years. In 2008 CRH generated c.5% of Group revenues from Ireland and as such its diverse geographical spread of operations limits the impact of a reduced capital expenditure plan in Ireland. This is in contrast to Readymix which derives c.72% of Group revenues in Ireland resulting in a far greater exposure to the Irish Government's budget measures.
lbo
02/4/2009
19:49
So you think the 'Independent' is a newspaper,do you?
djderry
29/3/2009
22:08
So the Independent Newspaper was correct and CRH did indeed go ahead with a rights issue after wasting money on share buybacks and increased dividends! CRH gambles to raise concrete capital http://www.tribune.ie/business/article/2009/mar/08/crh-gambles-to-raise-concrete-capital/
lbo
23/3/2009
09:53
Why is the chart wrong?
krutt
20/3/2009
22:00
http://www.forbes.com/feeds/afx/2009/03/17/afx6174876.html
liarspoker
15/3/2009
22:03
Just google CRh rights issue and click on the news link. Payment due by Wednesday I think. I've got mine.
liarspoker
15/3/2009
21:12
anybody have an details on the rights issue?
cottlet
18/2/2009
19:46
Read 'Seriously'.
djderry
18/2/2009
19:45
Very little detail in that press report and no sources quoted so it must be true! Seriouslt,though,one would wonder why there was a share buyback up to a couple of weeks ago only to be followed by a rights issue? Having said that,it might be an interesting opportunity,depending on the discount.
djderry
16/2/2009
22:10
Talk of a €1bn rights issue http://www.independent.ie/business/world/crh-could-boost-funds-by-83641bn-through-rights-issue-1641192.html
lbo
27/1/2009
12:07
take a look at SDI Group - similar industry to CRH - a couple of CRH people have moved over to SDI back end 08 looks set for recovery moving forward with a robust balance sheet and no debt
schlemiel
08/1/2009
16:52
As I see it CRH stand to gain from international stimulus packages in China, US and Europe. Got to be a good thing. Although there is a risk that strengthened euro could dilute earnings... converse also possible.
umair
06/1/2009
19:44
Good solid trading statement,acquisitions slowed in H2 to conserve cash,Obama will contribute with stimulus package.
djderry
06/1/2009
08:56
wrong. hedging in wrong way but hopefully that will change now that the dollar euro rate is lower.
mariopeter
02/1/2009
22:23
Trading statement on 6th January. Currencies will have put a firm wind to the good ie dollar profits get converted into Euro 0n favourable terms.
mariopeter
22/12/2008
13:34
Spammer - trying to ramp a tiddler with a market cap of less than a million.
masurenguy
22/12/2008
13:29
http://www.fxcentre.com/news.asp?2346437 A Co Louth building firm has become the latest operation to be wound up in the construction sector, as the collapse of the property market continues to take its toll. Brendan Duffy Construction, has gone into liquidation, owing more than E10.5 million to creditors. The Dundalk company owes Bank of Ireland about E7 million, while the Revenue Commissioners are owed about E120,000. A total of E2.2 million is due to unsecured creditors, including Dundalk Town Council, Homebond, MJ Flood Interiors, Munster Joinery and Roadstone Dublin. At a creditors' meeting last week, Tom Kavanagh, of accountancy firm Kavanagh Fennell, was installed to wind up the company. The company has blamed the downturn in the construction sector and the property market for its financial difficulties.
lbo
09/12/2008
11:20
Well lets hope it works. this is cetainly moving in the right direction.
krutt
08/12/2008
13:38
obama's stimulus plan see as a big plus for CRH
finbarr
08/12/2008
10:48
Nice rise today but no news any explanations from anyone? Was it tipped over the weekend?
krutt
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