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HeidelbergCement issues a Eurobond
HeidelbergCement publishes 2016 consolidated financial statements
HeidelbergCement reports preliminary figures for Q4 and the whole of 2016
28 March 2017

HeidelbergCement issues a Eurobond

HeidelbergCement priced a Eurobond issue (ISIN XS1589806907) under its €10 billion EMTN programme with an issuance volume of €1 billion and a maturity date of 7 April 2026. The proceeds of the transaction will be used for general corporate purposes and the refinancing of upcoming maturities. The 9 year bond bears a fixed coupon of 1.625% p.a. The issue price is at 99.626%, resulting in a yield to maturity of 1.670%. Joint Bookrunners of the transaction are Citi, Deutsche Bank, Helaba, RBI and SEB. About HeidelbergCement HeidelbergCement is one of the world’s largest...
16 March 2017

HeidelbergCement publishes 2016 consolidated financial statements

HeidelbergCement accelerates its growth with the takeover of Italcementi – dividend proposal of €1.60 per shareRevenue rises by 13% to €15.2 billion; Cash flow from operations rises by 29% to €1.9 billionHeidelbergCement earns premium on cost of capital; Classification in investment grade by S&P, Moody’s, and Fitch
14 February 2017

HeidelbergCement reports preliminary figures for Q4 and the whole of 2016

Today, HeidelbergCement presented its preliminary, unaudited figures for sales volumes, revenue, operating income before depreciation (OIBD), and operating income for the fourth quarter and the whole of 2016. Significant rise in sales volumes, revenue, and OIBD after the consolidation of Italcementi.

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