Like closest peer Vulcan Materials , Martin Marietta Materials posted strong third-quarter results ..... passage, we're taking a cautious view on Martin Marietta and Vulcan Materials heading into 2014.
Vulcan has an aggressive acquisition ..... the company has made. Vulcan Materials is the United States ..... uncertainty rating for Vulcan Materials to high from medium following ..... the biggest risk for Vulcan Materials is weak construction activity
Vulcan Materials ( VMC ): Q3 EPS of $0.32 beats by $0.06 . Revenue of $775.2M beats by $1.07M . ( PR ) Post your comment!
Vulcan Materials reported strong third-quarter results ..... the prior year period. Demand for Vulcan Materials ' aggregates in the remainder of 2013 ..... and extensions. In sum, we view Vulcan Materials ' strong third-quarter results as
there would be [TICKER: VMC ] Vulcan Materials , where I actually happen ..... of equity for [TICKER: VMC ] Vulcan Materials because they have high revenue ..... quarter. While [TICKER: VMC ] Vulcan Materials was in the index over the
Expeditors International of Washington EXPD, Qualcomm QCOM, National Oilwell Varco NOV, Schlumberger SLB, Vulcan Materials VMC , Maxim Integrated Products MXIM, Amgen AMGN, and Caterpillar CAT. Stock data as of Oct. 7. StockInvestor
two North American aggregates producers we cover, Vulcan Materials VMC and Martin Marietta Materials MLM. We increased our cost of equity assumptions for Martin Marietta and Vulcan Materials to 12% from 10% and our fair value uncertainty
assumptions for Martin Marietta and Vulcan Materials to 12% from 10% and our fair ..... value estimates to $57 for Vulcan Materials and $106 for Martin Marietta ..... fair value estimates, although Vulcan Materials appears slightly more undervalued
that brought many of its building materials peers to their knees during the downturn in construction activity. Vulcan Materials , HeidelbergCement, Lafarge, and CEMEX all caught the bug, leaving Martin Marietta in the small minority with
March 31, 2013, the top 10 holdings of the fund were The Home Depot Inc.; Lowe’s Cos Inc.; Fluor Corp; Vulcan Materials Co ; Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc.; Toll Brothers, Inc.; Apartment Investment