Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP ) declares $0.10/share quarterly dividend , in line with previous. Forward yield 0.42% Payable Nov. 7; for shareholders of record Oct. 3; ex-div Oct. 1. Post your comment!
We're dropping coverage of Eagle Materials EXP. After a nice showing in the company's recent fourth-quarter results, Eagle has set the stage for stronger organic growth
Eagle Materials EXP reported fourth-quarter results that came in slightly ahead ..... 0.25 loss per diluted share, in 2011. Overall, we thought Eagle Materials ' fourth-quarter results benefited from an unseasonably mild winter
As the low-cost producer in the U.S. gypsum wallboard market, we believe Eagle Materials ' EXP upcoming fourth-quarter and full-year results will provide a clearer picture on the industry's new pricing strategy
future profits for the company.Two of Eagle Materials ' four regional cement markets are ..... for the same period, and we think Eagle Materials ' debt levels are manageable given ..... at 2.5 times or higher. We think Eagle Materials will remain in compliance with these
On Thursday, Eagle Materials EXP reported solid third-quarter results that came in above our expectations, and we're upgrading our fair value estimate
We're dropping coverage of Eagle Materials EXP. We hope to reinitiate coverage in the future. We provide broad coverage of more than 1,700 companies across more than 140 industries, and adjust our coverage as necessary based on client demand and investor interest.
Eagle Materials 'EXP fourth - quarter ( March year - end ) results fell roughly in line with our expectations , providing evidence that while
today. At the peak of the building cycle, USG's price for wallboard was 7% higher than that for a similar product from Eagle Materials EXP, and that premium has now increased to 10%. Maintaining this price premium is accretive to the firm's future success
Eagle Materials ' EXP fiscal third-quarter results echoed the sentiments of fellow wallboard manufacturer USG Corporation USG earlier in the