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HeidelbergCement AG (HEI.VI)

Vienna - Vienna Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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40.91+1.22 (+3.07%)
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  • M
    MARK
    This company can weather the current storm of inflationary pressures due to energy cost. This is a viable and a strong medium to long-term investment.
  • s
    stonesculptor
    Trailing PE of 5.61, forward PE of 5.68, price to book of 0.54, EV/EBITDA of 3.88, paying a 5.86% dividend and selling at $8.36 -- a level that HDELY hasn't seen for 11 years. Sure, I'll take some more. Please keep driving it down.
  • G
    George
    Hmmmm, how much cement do you need to build a city? How about multiple cities?
  • M
    MARK
    Despite high energy prices: HeidelbergCement with strong results in 2021 ? All key figures in the 2021 business year improved ? Group revenue +8%; result from current operations before depreciation and amortisation (RCOBD) +6%; result from current operations (RCO) +12% 1)? Successful price increases and good fixed cost management ? basis for strong Q4 results ? Excellent return on invested capital ? ROIC increases to 9.3% ? Strong focus on shareholder returns ? almost #$%$1 billion spent on dividends and share buybacks ? Good progress on CO2 reduction ? specific net CO2 emissions reduced by 2% to 565 kg CO2/t of cementitious material ? Optimistic outlook for 2022 ? Further growth in revenue, RCOBD and RCO planned
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    MARK
    Press releaseHeidelbergCement with excellent half-year results 2021? Revenue and results increase significantly on a like-for-like basis1) ? Group revenue +11%; result from current operations before depreciation and amortisation +26%; result from current operations +57%? Net debt down by #$%$1.5 billion ? leverage ratio at 1.9x? Share buyback programme announced ? total amount of up to #$%$1 billion? Significant step in portfolio optimisation achieved ? business activities in the US West Region sold? Leadership role on the path to carbon neutrality underlined ? ?Business Ambition 1.5�C?signed and UN ?Race to Zero? campaign joined? Outlook raised ? strong growth in result from current operations before and after depreciation and amortisation1) expected for the whole of 20211) Adjusted for consolidation and currency effects?HeidelbergCement has closed the first half of 2021 with an excellent result,? said Dr. Dominik von Achten, Chairman of the Managing Board. ?We have achieved record values in relevant key figures. Our ?Beyond 2020? strategy is taking effect: we are making good progress in all areas. Against this background, we have announced an extensive share buyback programme for the first time in the company's history. With this, we want our shareholders to participate appropriately in the economic success of our company.?Significant increase in sales volume, revenue, and resultsThe good sales volume development of the first quarter continued in the second quarter. In the first half of the year, total sales volumes increased significantly in all business lines in comparison with the previous year. Group-wide cement and clinker sales volumes increased by 9.7% to 61.8 million tonnes (previous year: 56.3). Deliveries of aggregates rose by 7.5% in comparison with the previous year to 145.0 million tonnes (previous year: 134.8). Ready-mixed concrete sales volumes increased by 8.3% to 23.5 million cubic metres (previous year: 21.7). Asphalt deliveries increased by 11.5% to 4.8 million tonnes (previous year: 4.3).Group revenue rose by 8.3% to #$%$8,938 million (previous year: 8,254) in comparison with the previous year. Excluding consolidation and exchange rate effects, the increase amounted to 11.4%. Both, changes in the consolidation scope and exchange rate effects had a negative impact on revenue with #$%$25 million and #$%$211 million respectively
  • M
    MARK
    This company's share price has a range of between Eur50 to Eur82 per over the past 2 years and yielding around 3.4% dividend. Not bad for someone who needs to park his funds until a firm investment decision is made. But still I believe this company is also a safe investment to hold long term. At this current price it is a buy.
  • C
    Camel
    What’s going on?
  • d
    derek
    Did this video on the stock today, i love it think its in a great space going forward, love for yous to check the video and give it a like if you too are bullish https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0iQoRgMCjdA
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  • M
    MARK
    Just received a nice dividend of about 2.2% net at today's price from Heidelbergcement. Not bad considering the very low Bank interest rates.
  • M
    MARK
    23 February 2021HeidelbergCement closes 2020 financial year with record resultsResult from current operations before depreciation and amortisation grew like-for-like by 6% to #$%$3.7 billion compared to the previous year. Margin significantly increased from 19.0 % to 21.1 % driven by all Group areas. COPE action plan overachieved with cash savings of around #$%$1.3 billion. Net debt significantly reduced by #$%$1.5 billion; leverage ratio of 1.86x already within target range.See their website for details. This company is also working towards a green economy.
  • M
    MARK
    Following the good results of Quarter 1, I am looking forward to the half-year results. I expect them to be just as good as Quarter 1.

    This a strong company with a strong market. Hold for growth and income.
  • O
    Osborne
    $HDELY They don’t want you to know about LoinStockAlerts because these guys are the real deal. They only alert solid momentum stocks, NO BS…
  • C
    Camel
    It?s a mistake buying this #$%$
  • M
    MARK
    This company has the momentum to reach Eur50 per share .
    Bullish