We are placing Homex HXM under review as we reassess our operating assumptions.
has added capital to spur growth. Zell's involvement is similar to his successful 2004 IPO of Mexican homebuilder Homex HXM .The firm's net debt/equity ratio stood at roughly 72% as of March 2011, although the firm is aiming to reduce this metric
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has added capital to spur growth. Zell's involvement is similar to his successful 2004 IPO of Mexican homebuilder Homex HXM .The firm's debt/equity ratio stood at 1.3 times as of December 2009. The company has not generated positive free cash
We are placing Homex Development HXM under review as we transition coverage to a new analyst.
We're putting homebuilders Homex HXM and Gafisa GFA under review while we reassess our assumptions.
Mexican homebuilder Desarrolladora Homex HXM continues to generate impressive volumes of homes sold in its primary segment, affordable entry-level homes. Middle-income
In separate announcements earlier this week, Desarroladora Homex HXM released its revenue forecast for 2009 and appointed a new CFO. Although the company's anticipated growth for next year is greatly
unwinding and the subsequent decline in value of the Mexican peso, we are concerned about the ability of Desarrolladora Homex HXM to continue to finance its continued run of double-digit sales growth and 20%-plus operating margins. On one hand, the
Desarrolladora Homex's HXM second-quarter earnings report indicated that the company is continuing its phenomenal growth in revenue and earnings from construction