Martin Marietta Materials Inc (MLM)

MLM on New York Consolidated

129.69USD
29 Sep 2014
Price Change (% chg)

$-1.04 (-0.80%)
Prev Close
$130.73
Open
$129.69
Day's High
$130.46
Day's Low
$128.92
Volume
498,109
Avg. Vol
1,102,505
52-wk High
$136.36
52-wk Low
$94.01

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Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. is the producer of aggregates products (crushed stone, sand, and gravel) for the construction industry, including infrastructure, nonresidential, residential, railroad ballast, agricultural, and chemical grade stone used in environmental applications. The Company operates in four business... (more)

Overall

Beta: 1.24
Market Cap (Mil.): $8,678.69
Shares Outstanding (Mil.): 66.92
Dividend: 0.40
Yield (%): 1.23

Financials

  MLM Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 41.27 16.43 197.41
EPS (TTM): 3.14 -- --
ROI: 4.72 22.26 14.59
ROE: 9.84 25.55 16.79
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Deals of the day- Mergers and acquisitions

(Adds Martin Marietta Materials, Philips, TreeHouse Foods, Natixis, Banca Popolare di Vicenza; updates Gazprom, Petrofac, Auxilium, AMS, London Stock Exchange)

26 Jun 2014

UPDATE 1-Martin Marietta must divest as part of Texas Industries deal

WASHINGTON, June 26 - Martin Marietta Materials Inc must divest an Oklahoma quarry and two Texas rail yards in order to proceed with its proposed $2.7 billion acquisition of Texas Industries Inc, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Thursday.

26 Jun 2014

Martin Marietta must divest as part of Texas Industries deal -DOJ

WASHINGTON, June 26 - Martin Marietta Materials Inc must divest an Oklahoma quarry and two Texas rail yards in order to proceed with its proposed $2.7 billion acquisition of Texas Industries Inc, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Thursday.

26 Jun 2014

BRIEF-U.S. to clear Martin Marietta Materials acquisition of Texas Industries, with divestitures

June 26 - * U.S. says to require Martin Marietta Materials Inc to divest a quarry

26 Jun 2014

Wall Street's latest fad is built on sand

HOUSTON - Super-sized hydraulic fracturing jobs, which use vast amounts of sand to coax more oil and gas from shale, have led to astronomical returns for investors in companies that mine the tiny particles.

18 Jun 2014

Wall Street's latest fad is built on sand

HOUSTON - Super-sized hydraulic fracturing jobs, which use vast amounts of sand to coax more oil and gas from shale, have led to astronomical returns for investors in companies that mine the tiny particles. The question is whether those super-sized gains can continue.

18 Jun 2014

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