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James Hardie Industries plc

JHX.AX

Latest Trade

48.60AUD

Change

-1.11(-2.23%)

Volume

1,289,793

Today's Range

48.21

 - 

49.72

52 Week Range

35.63

 - 

58.07

As of on the Australian Stock Exchange Ltd ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
49.71
Open
48.80
Volume
1,289,793
3M AVG Volume
20.83
Today's High
49.72
Today's Low
48.21
52 Week High
58.07
52 Week Low
35.63
Shares Out (MIL)
445.13
Market Cap (MIL)
22,138.04
Forward P/E
26.78
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Next Event

Q3 2022 James Hardie Industries PLC Earnings Call

Latest Developments

More

James Hardie Chairman Says Jack Truong's Management Style "Inconsistent" With Co's Global Code Of Conduct - Conf Call

James Hardie Hikes Fiscal 2022 Adj. Net Income View To $605 Mln-$625 Mln

James Hardie Terminates CEO's Employment, Hikes Fiscal 2022 Adj. Profit View

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About James Hardie Industries plc

James Hardie Industries Plc is a manufacturer of fiber cement products and systems for internal and external building construction applications. Its operating segments are North America and Europe Fiber Cement, and Asia Pacific Fiber Cement. It manufactures a range of fiber cement building materials for both internal and external use across a range of applications, including: external siding, internal walls, floors, ceilings, soffits, trim, fencing, decking and facades. In the United States and Canada, the largest application for fiber cement building products is in external siding for the residential building industry. The external siding market includes various cladding types, including fiber cement, vinyl, natural wood, hardboard, brick, stucco and stone. In the Asia Pacific region, it principally sells into the Australian, New Zealand and Philippines markets, with the residential building industry representing the principal market for fiber cement products.

Industry

Construction - Raw Materials

Contact Info

2Nd Floor Europa House

Harcourt Centre Harcourt Street

2

Ireland

+353.1.4116924

http://www.jameshardie.com

Executive Leadership

Michael N. Hammes

Executive Chairman of the Board

Harold J. Wiens

Interim Chief Executive Officer, Director

Jason Miele

Chief Financial Officer

Sean Gadd

President - North America

Julie Katigan

Chief Human Resource Officer

Key Stats

2.36 mean rating - 11 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2019

2.5K

2020

2.6K

2021

2.9K

2022(E)

3.6K
EPS (USD)

2019

0.680

2020

0.790

2021

1.028

2022(E)

1.383
Price To Earnings (TTM)
36.48
Price To Sales (TTM)
4.85
Price To Book (MRQ)
12.07
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
27.13
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
64.92
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
64.86
Return on Investment (TTM)
12.52
Return on Equity (TTM)
10.75

Latest News

Latest News

Australian shares end lower on Omicron worries, tech slide

Australian shares closed lower on Monday as an Omicron-led surge in COVID-19 infections pushed the country's tally past one million cases, with a drop in local technology stocks ahead of a U.S. inflation report weighing further on markets.

Ousted James Hardie CEO rejects claims over conduct, considers legal action

The former chief executive of James Hardie Industries said on Monday he was considering legal action against the Australian building materials giant, which fired him last week citing concerns over his conduct and management style.

Ousted James Hardie CEO rejects claims of concerns related to conduct

The former chief executive of James Hardie Industries on Monday rejected the Australian building materials giant's claims about concerns over his conduct and management style, and said he was "blindsided" by his firing last week.

Financials, energy stocks lead rebound in Australian shares

Australian shares rebounded on Friday from previous session's tech-driven sell-off, with financials and energy stocks leading gains, while James Hardie slumped after the world's top fibre cement maker ousted its chief for breaching code of conduct.

Australia's James Hardie fires CEO, says his conduct risked mass walkout

Australian building materials giant James Hardie Industries fired its CEO after dozens of top executives threatened to quit over his management style, a shock development for a company that has ridden a pandemic housing boom to record profit.

Australian shares rebound as financials gain, James Hardie sinks

Australian shares rebounded on Friday from a tech-led selloff in the previous session, as banking gains led the climb, while fibre cement maker James Hardie's shares dropped after it ousted CEO Jack Truong for breaching code of conduct.

James Hardie lifts profit forecast on U.S. housing market boom

James Hardie Industries on Tuesday raised its fiscal 2022 earnings forecast for a second time this year, as it counts on strong demand for its fibre cement products from a booming U.S. housing market.

UPDATE 1-James Hardie lifts profit forecast on U.S. housing market boom

James Hardie Industries on Tuesday raised its fiscal 2022 earnings forecast for a second time this year, as it counts on strong demand for its fibre cement products from a booming U.S. housing market.

Australia shares hit record high as CBA gains ahead of results

Technology companies helped Australian stocks scale an all-time high on Tuesday, as Commonwealth Bank rose ahead of its earnings, although worries over the spread of COVID-19 infections in the country capped gains on the main index.

REFILE-UPDATE 1-Australia-listed James Hardie lifts profit outlook as U.S. housing market booms

James Hardie Industries PLC, the world's largest fibre cement maker, on Tuesday raised its full-year adjusted profit forecast, counting on the ongoing boom in the U.S. housing market to keep growing.

Australia shares hit record high on financial gains, robust James Hardie earnings

Australian shares touched an all-time high on Tuesday, boosted by financial stocks and strong earnings from blue-chip companies fibre cement maker James Hardie and annuities provider Challenger.

Australian shares close at record highs on banking boost; miners slip

* CBA up 1.2%; will report full-year results next week (Updates to close)

Analysis: Shut off from the world, Australia fosters red-hot growth at home

A year after the coronavirus pandemic pummelled Australia's economy, IT contractor Ashok Ravindran has a nice problem: deciding which of three job offers to accept.

Australia shares rise as gold, iron ore miners gain

Australian shares rose for a third straight session on Tuesday, as the resource heavy index benefited from higher iron ore and gold prices, though subdued tech stocks capped further gains.

UPDATE 1-James Hardie Industries sees higher FY22 earnings on robust housing market

James Hardie Industries on Tuesday forecast higher fiscal 2022 earnings, as robust homebuilding markets in the United States and Australia drove demand for the company's fibre cement products.

Australia shares dip as earnings trickle in; NZ down

Australian shares fell on Tuesday, as market participants treaded cautiously in anticipation of the incoming domestic earnings season, despite Macquarie Group and James Hardie both reporting strong quarterly numbers.

James Hardie raises earnings forecast after profit surge, declares special dividend

James Hardie Industries Plc posted a 59% rise in third-quarter profit, raised its fiscal 2021 earnings forecast and declared a special dividend, riding on strong demand for its fibre cement products from a booming U.S. housing market.

James Hardie Q3 profit jumps 59% on strong U.S. housing demand

James Hardie Industries Plc posted a 59% rise in third-quarter profit on Tuesday as a robust U.S. housing market drove demand for its fibre cement products.

Australia's James Hardie shares drop on disappointing second quarter; reinstates dividends

Australia's James Hardie Industries <JHX.AX> on Tuesday reported smaller-than-expected growth in second-quarter profit due to disappointing sales in its North American housing segment, sending its shares down 6%.

Australia shares edge lower on vaccine trial halts; NZ gains for eleventh day

* NZ50 on track to gain for 11th session in the run up to elections

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