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Commercial Metals Co (CMC.N)

CMC.N on New York Stock Exchange

22.67USD
21 Feb 2017
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CMC.N

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About

Commercial Metals Company, together with its subsidiaries, manufactures, recycles and markets steel and metal products, related materials and services through a network. The Company's Americas Recycling segment processes scrap metals for use as a raw material by manufacturers of new metal products. The Americas Mills segment... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.49
Market Cap(Mil.): $2,614.10
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 115.57
Dividend: 0.12
Yield (%): 2.12

Financials

  CMC.N Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 48.58 42.80 18.09
EPS (TTM): 0.47 -- --
ROI: 2.14 -19.53 7.68
ROE: 4.01 -4.26 11.23

BRIEF-Commercial Metals announces production of steel fence posts at its micro mill in Durant, Oklahoma

* Commercial Metals Co - will construct automated steel fence post manufacturing facility on site of micro mill in Durant, Oklahoma Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Feb 02 2017

BRIEF-Owen Steel to acquire recycling facilities from Omnisource Corp

* Commercial Metals Company subsidiary, Owen Steel Company of South Carolina, acquires certain recycling facilities from Omnisource Corporation

Jan 10 2017

BRIEF-Commercial Metals Co says it will introduce spooled rebar in the United States

* Commercial Metals Co - will soon become a producer of hot-rolled, spooled rebar in United States

Jan 09 2017

BRIEF-Commercial Metals Company reports Q1 earnings per share $0.05

* Commercial Metals Company reports first quarter earnings from continuing operations per share of $0.06

Jan 09 2017

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Nov 09 2016

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