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The world's largest aggregate producer starts its new life since the merger with some good news as the company has far less debt than initially expected. According to Bloomberg, LafargeHolcim Ltd. is going to save $120 million in debt payments for the ...
AggMan Index: Signs of Life, but Short of Expectations The overall equity markets continue to trade sideways as investors look to synthesize the mixed economic, financial, and industry data. For the month, the S&P 500 ended up 3.4 to 100.6 but ...
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