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Boral Limited

BLD.AX

Latest Trade

6.36AUD

Change

0.05(+0.79%)

Volume

1,032,681

Today's Range

6.27

 - 

6.40

52 Week Range

4.46

 - 

7.43

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

Pricing

Previous Close
6.31
Open
6.27
Volume
1,032,681
3M AVG Volume
95.14
Today's High
6.40
Today's Low
6.27
52 Week High
7.43
52 Week Low
4.46
Shares Out (MIL)
1,146.73
Market Cap (MIL)
6,960.49
Forward P/E
35.33
Dividend (Yield %)
--

Next Event

Boral Ltd Annual Shareholders Meeting

Latest Developments

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Boral Posts FY Total Revenues A$5,345.7 Million

Boral Appoints Ryan Stokes As Chairman

Seven Group Holdings Raises Stake In Boral To 65.94% - Regulatory Filing

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About Boral Limited

Boral Limited is an Australia-based building products and construction materials company. The Company is engaged in the manufacture and supply of building and construction materials in Australia and North America. The Company operates through Boral Australia segment. The Boral Australia segment offers construction materials, which includes quarries, concrete, asphalt, transport, landfill, property, cement and concrete placing. Its products are offered to end-use markets, which include residential and non-residential construction and the engineering and infrastructure markets.

Industry

Constr. - Supplies & Fixtures

Contact Info

L 18 15 Blue Street

NORTH SYDNEY, NSW

2060

Australia

+61.2.92206300

https://www.boral.com.au/

Executive Leadership

Ryan Kerry Stokes

Non-Executive Chairman of the Board

Zlatko Todorcevski

Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Director

Tino Spina

Chief Financial Officer, Strategy Officer

Darren Schulz

Acting President and Chief Executive Officer - Boral North America

Wayne Manners

Interim Chief Operating Officer

Key Stats

3.20 mean rating - 10 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, AUD)

2019

5.9K

2020

5.7K

2021

5.3K

2022(E)

4.2K
EPS (AUD)

2019

0.374

2020

0.152

2021

0.204

2022(E)

0.179
Price To Earnings (TTM)
438.50
Price To Sales (TTM)
2.38
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.66
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
15.25
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
41.31
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
40.55
Return on Investment (TTM)
0.26
Return on Equity (TTM)
0.23

Latest News

Latest News

UPDATE 2-Australia's Seven Group raises Boral bid to $6.6 bln, gets rejected again

Diversified Australian investor Seven Group on Tuesday raised its buyout offer for Boral to A$7.40 per share, its latest bid in a near two-month long battle to take full control of the building materials supplier.

Australia's Seven Group sweetens buyout offer for Boral

Australian diversified investor Seven Group Holdings on Tuesday raised its offer to buy shares it does not already own in Boral Ltd by 10 cents to A$7.40 per share, valuing the building materials supplier at A$8.75 billion ($6.62 billion).

UPDATE 2-Boral sells U.S. products business after rejecting Seven bid

Australia's Boral Ltd said it would sell its North American building products business to a unit of NYSE-listed Westlake Chemical Corp for $2.15 billion, throwing a spanner in the works of a takeover bid by Seven Group.

Boral to sell North American building products business for $2.15 bln

Australia's Boral Ltd on Monday said it has agreed to sell its North American building products business to a unit of NYSE-listed Westlake Chemical Corp for $2.15 billion. (Reporting by Tejaswi Marthi in Bengaluru; Editing by Christopher Cushing)

Australia's Boral says Seven Group's offer nearly 40% below expert's valuation

Australia's Boral Ltd said on Thursday an independent expert's estimate valued its shares as much as 40% higher than suitor Seven Group Holdings Ltd's off-market takeover bid price, and asked shareholders to reject the offer.

UPDATE 2-Australia's Boral asks shareholders to reject Seven Group's zero premium bid

Australia's Boral Ltd on Tuesday urged its shareholders to reject a takeover offer from diversified investor Seven Group Holdings, saying that the offer of buying Boral shares at no premium was "opportunistic" and undervalued the company.

Australia's Boral recommends shareholders reject Seven Group bid

Australia's Boral Ltd on Tuesday urged shareholders to reject a nil-premium takeover offer from diversified Australian investor Seven Group Holdings, saying it undervalued the construction materials maker.

UPDATE 1-Australia's Boral to sell N.American business, exit global brick operations

Boral Ltd said on Friday it would sell its North America-based Meridian Brick business to Austrian brick manufacturer Wienerberger for $250 million and exit from brick operations as the pandemic batters construction markets.

Australia's Boral to sell N.American business, exit global brick operations

Boral Ltd said on Friday it would sell its North America-based Meridian Brick business to Austrian brick manufacturer Wienerberger for $250 million and exit from brick operations globally.

UPDATE 2-Australia's Boral sells JV stake, eyes US exits as virus prompts retreat

Top Australian building materials maker Boral Ltd said it was selling out of its plasterboard business and considering exiting the United States, a retreat from a global expansion strategy as the novel coronavirus batters construction markets.

Australia's Boral to sell 50% stake in USG Boral, explore sale of N. American businesses

Australia's Boral Ltd on Tuesday said it will sell its 50% stake in joint venture USG Boral to Germany-based Gebr Knauf KG for A$1.43 billion ($1.02 billion).

UPDATE 1-Australia's Boral slashes outlook on virus hit, flags $960 million charge

Australia's Boral Ltd on Monday slashed its earnings expectations for fiscal 2020, scrapped a final dividend payout and said it would book an impairment charge of A$1.35 billion ($967.14 million) on some underperforming assets.

UPDATE 1-Australia's Boral flags fiscal misconduct at North America windows business

Boral Ltd on Thursday said it identified financial irregularities in its North American windows business between September 2018 and October 2019, which the building materials maker said would result in a one-off cost.

Australia's Boral flags financial irregularites at windows business

Boral Ltd on Thursday said it identified financial irregularities in its North American windows business between September 2018 and October 2019, which the building materials maker said would result in a one-off cost.

Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.

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