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Dangote Cement Plc (DANGCEM.LG)

DANGCEM.LG on Lagos Stock Exchange

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Dangote Cement reports FY pre-tax profit 180.9 bln naira
Tuesday, 28 Feb 2017 05:30am EST 

Dangote Cement Plc : FY ended Dec 2016 group revenue 615.1 billion naira versus 491.7 billion naira year ago . FY group profit before tax 180.9 billion naira versus 188.3 billion naira year ago Source : http://bit.ly/2lja2uS Further company coverage: [DANGCEM.LG] (Bangalore.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com).  Full Article

Dangote Cement announces update on trading and conversion to coal
Wednesday, 31 Aug 2016 09:04am EDT 

Dangote Cement Plc : Says sales growth remains robost in nigeria with volumes up 15 percent in July and August . Says disruption to gas supply and need to use alternative fuels such as LPFO, and to a much lesser extent coal, has led to substantial cost increase . Says "now expect to begin mining our own coal in November" . Says increased ex-factory price of cement by 600 naira, bringing price back to levels marginally above that in Sept last year Source: http://bit.ly/2c8cH7g Further company coverage: [DANGCEM.LG] (Bangalore.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com).  Full Article

Dangote Cement reports HY pre-tax profit of 124.89 bln naira
Thursday, 28 Jul 2016 06:15am EDT 

Dangote Cement Plc : HY ended June 30, 2016 group profit before tax of 124.89 billion naira versus 128.73 billion naira year ago . HY group revenue of 292.19 billion naira versus 242.22 billion naira year ago Source : http://bit.ly/2afHHjB Further company coverage: [DANGCEM.LG] ((Bengaluru Newsroom; +91 80 6749 1130;)).  Full Article

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