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The trailing-twelve-month revenue at CRH plc (NYSE: CRH) is ...

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<![CDATA[Top 4 Stocks In The Cement Industry With The Highest Dividend Yield]]> Below are the top cement stocks on the NYSE and the NASDAQ in terms of dividend yield.

CRH plc (NYSE: CRH) has a dividend yield of ...

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<![CDATA[Top 4 Stocks In The Cement Industry With The Highest Profit Margin]]> Below are the top cement stocks on the NYSE and the NASDAQ in terms of profit margin.

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<![CDATA[Top 4 NYSE Stocks In The Industrial Goods Industry With The Highest ROE]]> Below are the top industrial goods stocks on the NYSE in terms of return on equity.

The trailing-twelve-month return on equity at James Hardie Industries plc (NYSE: JHX) is 482.90%. James Hardie's revenue for the same period is $1.41 billion.

The trailing-twelve-month return on equity at Eagle Materials (NYSE:

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<![CDATA[Top 4 Stocks In The Cement Industry With The Highest EPS]]> Below are the top cement stocks on the NYSE and the NASDAQ in terms of earnings per share. The trailing-twelve-month earnings per share at Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP) is $1.92. Eagle Materials' operating margin for the same period is 15.91%.

The trailing-twelve-month earnings per share at Texas Industries (NYSE:

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<![CDATA[Top 4 NYSE Stocks In The Cement Industry With The Highest EPS Estimates]]> Below are the top cement stocks on the NYSE in terms of earnings estimate for the next year.

Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP) is likely to earn $4.40 per share in the next year ending March, 2015. Eagle Materials' trailing-twelve-month revenue is $715.56 million.

James Hardie Industries plc (NYSE:

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<![CDATA[Top 4 NYSE Stocks In The Cement Industry With The Highest EPS Estimates]]> Below are the top cement stocks on the NYSE in terms of earnings estimate for the next year.

Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP) is likely to earn $4.34 per share in the next year ending March, 2015. Eagle Materials' trailing-twelve-month revenue is $715.56 million.

James Hardie Industries plc (NYSE:

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<![CDATA[UPDATE: Goldman Sachs Lowers PT on Eagle Materials on Short-Term Delay, Long-Term Opportunities]]> In a report published Tuesday, Goldman Sachs analyst Jerry Revich reiterated a Conviction List Buy rating on Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP), but lowered the price target from $97.00 to $94.00.

In the report, Goldman Sachs noted, “We reduce our FY2014-16 EPS to $2.89/$5.07/ $7.65 from $3.24/ $5.89/ $7.82 driven

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<![CDATA[Goldman Sachs Maintains Buy Rating On Eagle Materials, Lowers Price Target (EXP)]]> <![CDATA[UPDATE: Sterne Agee Raises PT on Eagle Materials Due to Stronger Product Pricing]]> In its Thursday May 16 report, Sterne Agee analyst Todd Vencil reiterated its buy rating for Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP) and raised its price target from $80 to $85 primarily due to higher selling prices for cement.

In the report, Vencil stated, "Our new target continues to represent 8.5x

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<![CDATA[Top 4 NYSE Stocks In The Cement Industry With The Highest EPS Estimates For The Next Quarter]]> Below are the top cement stocks on the NYSE in terms of earnings estimate for the next quarter.

Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP) is likely to earn $0.63 per share in the June quarter. Eagle Materials had $9.25 million in total cash for the latest quarter.

James Hardie Industries plc (NYSE:

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<![CDATA[Top 4 NYSE Stocks In The Cement Industry With The Highest Operating Margin]]> Below are the top cement stocks on the NYSE in terms of operating margin.

The trailing-twelve-month operating margin at Cementos Pacasmayo SAA (NYSE: CPAC) is 19.37%. Cementos Pacasmayo's profit margin for the same period is 13.59%.

The trailing-twelve-month operating margin at Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP) is 12.97%. Eagle

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<![CDATA[Potential bullish setups to watch next week]]> <![CDATA[UPDATE: Sterne Agee Upgrades Eagle Materials to Buy on Comfortable Outlook]]> In a report published Thursday, Sterne Agee analyst Todd Vencil upgraded the rating on Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP) from Neutral to Buy, and named an $80.00 price target.

In the report, Vencil noted, “We are upgrading EXP and raising our estimates after getting comfortable enough with the outlook for

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<![CDATA[Stock Upgrades: Fight Europe's Capital Flight With Ryanair]]> <![CDATA[Eagle Materials Shares Underperforming Following Concerning Comments from Cleveland Research]]> Shares of USG (NYSE: USG) and Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP) are down 6.5 percent and 3 percent, respectively, Monday afternoon following some earlier comments from an analyst at Cleveland Research.

The analyst warned of a possible slowdown in wallboard price increases during 2013. These increases could have

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<![CDATA[UPDATE: D.A. Davidson Reiterates Neutral Rating, Raises PT on Eagle Materials]]> In a report published Monday, D.A. Davidson & Co. reiterated its Neutral rating on Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP), and raised its price target from $50.00 to $70.00.

D.A. Davidson noted, “Eagle's shares performed extraordinarily well in 2012 (+128%). Gains have continued since the start of the year with these

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<![CDATA[Top 4 NYSE Stocks In The Cement Industry With The Highest Operating Margin]]> Below are the top cement stocks on the NYSE in terms of operating margin.

The trailing-twelve-month operating margin at Cementos Pacasmayo SAA (NYSE: CPAC) is 27.87%. Cementos Pacasmayo's ROA for the same period is 10.00%.

The trailing-twelve-month operating margin at Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP) is 10.99%. Eagle Materials'

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BAC - Bank of America Corp. – A large-volume bullish risk reversal initiated in the September contract on Bank of America in the first half of the current trading day indicates one options strategist is positioning for a rebound in the price of the underlying stock by expiration day in a couple of months. BAC’s shares, which fell 2.85% to $13.38 this afternoon, are currently down more than 32.7% since the stock reached a 52-week high of $19.86 back on April 15, 2010. Analysts at Goldman Sachs removed Bank of America from the conviction buy list on Monday. But, one optimistic individual is rooting for BAC to come roaring back to life by September expiration day. The investor appears to have sold 20,000 puts at the September $12 strike for a premium of $0.26 apiece in order to purchase the same number of calls at the higher September $15 strike for a premium of $0.36 each. The net cost of the transaction amounts to $0.10 per contract. If financial services firm’s shares fail to rally above $15.00 by expiration, the investor will lose the full premium paid to purchase the trade. However, if the price of the underlying increases 12.85% over the current price of $13.38, the risk reversal player will start to make money above the effective breakeven price of $15.10 through September expiration. Finally, the short position in put options at the September $12 strike suggests the investor is willing to have Bank of America shares put to him at an effective price of $12.10 apiece should the puts land in-the-money at expiration.

JNJ - Johnson & Johnson – Shares of the provider of consumer products, pharmaceuticals and medical devices fell more than 2.85% in afternoon trading to arrive at $56.89 just before 3:00 pm (ET). The health care company’s shares slipped lower after the firm said second-quarter revenue was flat and lowered its 2010 profit forecast by $0.15 a share. JNJ still reported a 7.5% increase in net income, earning $1.23 a share in the second-quarter, but revising full year earnings lower took its toll on the price of the underlying stock today. One contrarian options player populating JNJ LEAPS caught our eye this afternoon. The investor appears to have purchased a plain-vanilla debit call spread using sky-high strike prices in the January 2012 contract. The trader responsible for the…
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