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Last €52.97 EUR
Change Today -1.54 / -2.83%
Volume 81.0K
LG On Other Exchanges
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As of 11:35 AM 07/31/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

lafarge sa (LG) Snapshot

Open
€54.44
Previous Close
€54.51
Day High
€55.57
Day Low
€52.97
52 Week High
02/26/15 - €67.16
52 Week Low
10/16/14 - €48.51
Market Cap
15.3B
Average Volume 10 Days
257.7K
EPS TTM
€-1.39
Shares Outstanding
288.4M
EX-Date
05/8/15
P/E TM
--
Dividend
€1.27
Dividend Yield
2.40%
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lafarge sa (LG) Details

Lafarge S.A. produces and sells building materials worldwide. The company offers a range of cement and hydraulic binders, including Portland and masonry cements; and white cement, oil-well cements, road surfacing binders, etc. for specific applications. It also provides a range of aggregates, such as gravel, broken gravel, and sand for use as raw materials in concrete, masonry, and asphalt; and as base materials for roads, landfills, and building applications. In addition, the company offers ready-mix concrete comprising ultra-high performance fiber reinforced concrete, self-filling and self-levelling concrete, decorative concrete, insulating concrete, pervious concrete, etc., as well as asphalt and gypsum. It sells its products to construction/public works companies, manufacturers of ready-mix concrete and prefabricated products, the general public, concrete and asphalt producers, construction and public works contractors, multinational corporations, and small-scale customers under the Lafarge brand. Lafarge S.A. was founded in 1833 and is headquartered in Paris, France. As of July 3, 2015, Lafarge S.A. operates as a subsidiary of LafargeHolcim Ltd.

61,777 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/24/15
Founded in 1833

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lafarge sa (LG) Key Developments

Lafarge S.A. Announces Management Changes

On July 10, 2015, following the successful results of the public exchange offer and in accordance with the agreements to create LafargeHolcim, Mr. Eric Olsen is appointed Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Director of Lafarge SA, upon recommendation of the Corporate Governance and Nominations Committee, replacing Mr. Bruno Lafont on these positions from this date. Mr. Eric Olsen is also Chief Executive Officer of LafargeHolcim (listed in Switzerland and in +France). He is also member of the Supervisory Board of Cimpress NV (listed in the Netherlands). Acknowledging Mr. Bruno Lafont,s contribution to the development of Lafarge for more than 30 years, including 20 years as a member of the Executive Committee and 10 years at the head of the Group, the Lafarge Board members unanimously recognized his decisive role in the success of the merger which would have not been possible without his commitment and leadership" as demonstrated in the success of the public exchange offering. Furthermore, the Board has designated Mr. Bruno Lafont as honorary Chairman of Lafarge SA.

Lafarge S.A., Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Jun 29, 2015

Lafarge S.A., Special/Extraordinary Shareholders Meeting, Jun 29, 2015.

Lafarge to Cut About 380 Jobs on Merger with Holcim

Lafarge presented to employee representatives the proposed organization of central functions in the context of the creation of LafargeHolcim. The proposed new organization of central functions would result in about 380 net job losses, with 166 of these in France (Paris and Lyon). Lafarge noted that the proposed merger will not affect employment in Lafarge's operational functions in France, which employ more than 4,500 people. The organization of the new Group would be balanced between a decentralized structure and strong central functions based on three organizational levels: countries; regions (Europe, North America, Middle East & Africa, Latin America, Asia-Pacific); and corporate functions, which will help define the Group's key strategies. There would be an equivalent number of personnel in the central functions in France and Switzerland. Moreover, the new Group's R&D center would be located in France, in L'Isle d'Abeau (near Lyon). The completion of the proposed merger is expected to occur in July 2015. Before this can happen, the public exchange offer will have to be successful, with shareholders tendering at least two-thirds of Lafarge shares.

 

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