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- Over the past 24 days, the trend for CX's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 30.
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I was definitely too eager to upgrade my view on Cemex (CX) back in September. Although demand remains healthy in most of the company’s key operating areas, more challenging comps and fierce cost inflation took a bigger bite in the second half than I expected. With that, the shares have...
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© Reuters. FILE PHOTO A worker walks past outside the main entrance from a concrete plant of Mexican cement maker CEMEX, in Monterrey, Mexico June 8, 2021. Picture taken June 8, 2021. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (Reuters) Mexican cement producer Cemexs fourth-quarter net profit rose about 179% to $195 million due to lower financial expenses,
(Reuters) – Mexican cement producer Cemex’s fourth-quarter net profit rose about 179% to $195 million due to lower financial expenses, a positive variation from financial instruments and foreign exchange results, and lower income tax, the company said on Thursday.
Cemex''s net profit nearly tripled on lower costs and taxesin the fourth quarter, the Mexican cement maker said on Thursday, as it announced plans to raise prices in line with inflation in 2022.
Cemex SAB De CV (NYSE: CX ) reported fourth-quarter sales growth of 3% year-over-year (+5% on a like-to-like basis) to $3.62 billion, missing the consensus of $3.73 billion. Sales across markets: Mexico $841 million (+1% Y/Y), U.S. $1.09 billion (+8% Y/Y), EMEA $1.19 billion (+1% Y/Y), and South, Central America and the Caribbean $391 million (+2% Y/Y). Cement volume decreased Full story available on Benzinga.com