Vulcan Materials : Late Cycle Non-Residential Play With Strong Operating Leverage
Vulcan Materials (NYSE: VMC ) declares $0.06/share quarterly dividend , in line with previous. Forward yield 0.42% Payable Dec. 10; for shareholders of record Nov. 26; ex-div Nov. 24. Post your comment!
Vulcan Materials (NYSE: VMC ) reports that it has completed six acquisitions during Q3 totaling approximately $320M of investment, including five aggregates
Vulcan Materials continued to perform well in the second quarter, with adjusted EBITDA ..... estimates for aggregates volume and pricing, our long-term outlook for Vulcan Materials remains unchanged, as we assume substantial demand growth, pricing
On Monday, Vulcan Materials announced the appointment of J. Thomas ..... executive vice president and COO. He joined Vulcan in 1979 and has held a variety of operations ..... roles. Our Poor Stewardship Rating for Vulcan is primarily based on the ill-timed
Vulcan Materials reported strong first-quarter results ..... 55% to $14 million in Aggregates, Vulcan ’s largest segment. This was driven ..... fair value estimate. Our outlook for Vulcan Materials remains unchanged, as we assume substantial
demand for building materials companies in the U.S. This affects not only U.S. aggregates producers such as Vulcan Materials and Martin Marietta Materials, but also the major global cement players with significant operations in the U.S. such as
Vulcan Materials posted strong fourth-quarter and ..... wide moat rating. Our outlook for Vulcan Materials continues to assume substantial demand ..... we're taking a cautious view on Vulcan Materials in 2014 and heading into 2015.
bill expiration, extensions, and passage, we're taking a cautious view on Martin Marietta Materials MLM and Vulcan Materials VMC heading into 2014. Chemicals Major chemical conglomerates continue to reallocate their asset portfolios to specialty
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.