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CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. (CX)

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3.4300+0.0300 (+0.88%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
3.4300 0.00 (0.00%)
Pre-Market: 07:18AM EDT

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    GEGR  Pink Diamond 14 Co's
    CEMEX as per Marketwatch Has 396 INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS with 394 Holding LONG Positions with 645,001,298 shares which is 4.45 % of Outstanding Shares with VALUE of $ 1,958,599,000. Enjoying LOADING UP at These DIP Price$...?
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    tore
    Cemex could be a good buy

    but Im little bit worried about their 8bn+ debt with these levels and duration of interest :/

    any ideas about their debt?
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    DigitalRobberBarons
    This is getting dirt cheap. I've been swing trading this between 3s and 5s and now it is time to accumulate for the final long term run. All real assets are going to keep their value and all fake ponzi scheme stocks will eventually go to 0
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    Bert
    Man o man. This should be way higher. Someday we got to start rebuilding and fixing the toads, bridges etc etc.
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    Abe
    Cemex will be back at the $9 to $10 level within a year or two
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    Kwisatz Haderach
    Published by Sol Klappholz, Editorial Assistant
    World Cement, Thursday, 25 August 2022 08:38

    CEMEX has announced their plan to expand the production capacity at its subsidiary in Jamaica, Caribbean Cement Company Limited.This expansion aims for an up to 30% increase CCCL’s cement capacity in Jamaica, through an investment of approximately US$40 million for the first phase of the project.
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    Kwisatz Haderach
    CEMEX expands logistics fleet with 10 new lower emission tippers
    Published by Sol Klappholz, Editorial Assistant
    World Cement, Monday, 05 September 2022 09:01

    CEMEX is helping to meet growing customer demand for its products by adding 10 new lower emission tippers to its own fleet, which boast upgraded safety features, a higher payload for increased efficiency and a step change in decarbonisation of its delivery fleet.

    The new Volvo FM 460 8x4 tippers, which will feature CEMEX’s Future in Action branding, will work out of CEMEX’s depot in Angerstein and be used to deliver aggregates and sand to construction sites across the capital.
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    Kwisatz Haderach
    Published by Sol Klappholz, Editorial Assistant
    World Cement, Wednesday, 24 August 2022 08:35

    CEMEX announced today that it is implementing hydrogen technology at its San Pedro De Macoris cement plant in the Dominican Republic. Fernando A. Gonzalez, CEO of CEMEX, was on hand for the project's inauguration, which is part of the company's Future in Action program that seeks to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
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    Huy
    I am so eager for tomorrow with CX will go up to 5s soon!
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    Huy
    CX will be double .
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    Huy
    CX is upward on the way to the moon.
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    Kwisatz Haderach
    CEMEX provides cement for longest bridge in the Philippines
    Published by Sol Klappholz, Editorial Assistant
    World Cement, Wednesday, 07 September 2022 12:41

    CEMEX announced today that it was the sole supplier of cement for the construction of the longest bridge in the Philippines. CEMEX supplied nearly 70,000 metric tons of cement for the construction of the Cebu-Cordova Link Expressway (“CCLEX”), a milestone project for the country.
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    DigitalRobberBarons
    Even windmill and solar projects need cement. Also, all our bridges and a lot of our storm water systems are in disrepair. Its only a matter of time before the fake corrupt leaders of the world have to start doing real projects to fix our real infrastructure not waste money on woke #$%$ I'm averaging in as this goes down
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    Coach W
    Why the 5.7% surge today? Don't see any significant news.
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    Bert
    Well, little set back for this one. Down with the whole market alas.
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    Kwisatz Haderach
    Look at the 2 year and the action now to January. Repeat please, no reason not to. A lot of reason to repeat.
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    Bert
    Time to finally cross that 4 bucks again.
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    Bert
    Well finally broke 4. Hope we can close there and resume the upward move. Lots of buidi g and rebuilding to do.
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    Joe
    Go buy #CRH...thank me later.
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    Kwisatz Haderach
    MEXICO CITY — Mexican cement maker Cemex said Monday it had completed the acquisition of a 53% stake in ProStein, a German company that makes aggregates, or grained particulate used in construction.

    The company’s aggregates sales in Germany are expected to double with the acquisition, Cemex said in a statement, and increase capacity to serve major cities in Poland and the Czech Republic as well as Berlin.