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Eagle Materials: Agg revenue down to end 2021

January 27, 2022By

Aggregates and concrete revenue decreased 3 percent in the company’s last quarter.

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Martin Marietta, Cemex end 2020 with plenty to celebrate

February 16, 2021By

Several of the public aggregate producers already shared their fourth-quarter 2020 results, including Vulcan Materials. Here’s a glimpse at results from Martin Marietta, Cemex, MDU Resources and others.

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Quarterly concrete, agg revenue down at Eagle Materials

January 28, 2021By

The decline, however, reflects the sale of the company’s northern California concrete and aggregate businesses during the first quarter of fiscal 2021.

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Eagle Materials sets record quarterly revenues

October 29, 2020By

The company’s fiscal second quarter aggregate and concrete revenue was down, however, due to the sale of Northern California businesses.

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Smart Sand acquires Eagle Materials’ oil, gas proppants segment

September 22, 2020By

According to Smart Sand, the segment’s primary assets include frac sand mines and related processing facilities in Utica, Illinois, and New Auburn, Wisconsin.

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Quarterly aggregate, concrete revenues up at Eagle Materials

July 30, 2020By

These specific revenues jumped 12 percent in the company’s first quarter of fiscal 2021, which wrapped at the end of June.

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Aggregate business up at Eagle Materials

May 19, 2020By

Revenue and earnings tied to aggregate were up in the latest quarter at Eagle Materials, which is currently limiting capital spending to critical projects only.

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Eagle Materials sells aggregate, concrete assets

April 20, 2020By

The transactions involve Western Aggregates and Mathews Readymix, and they come after the company announced plans to separate its heavy and light materials businesses.

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