Cemex S.A.B. DE C.V. (CX)
$1.74 0.14 (7.45%)
19:59 EDT CX Stock Quote Delayed 20 Minutes
Previous Close $1.74
Market Cap 2.63B
PE Ratio 0.31
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 11.29M
Day's Range 1.66 - 1.90
52-Week Range 1.55 - 5.10
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Cemex (CX), a company that produces and sells cement, ready-mix concrete and other construction materials, reported earnings last week and, on the surface, the news looked pretty good. The earnings-per-share (EPS) numbers were a bit better than average estimates, but revenue was a little low.
Cemex SAB de CV's Sell recommendation is the outcome of an analytical process that is proprietary and produced results that were above average in 1 area: an analytical score that is near average; and produced below average outcomes in 5 areas: an economic sector ranked below average in attractiveness, an industry group ranked below average in attractiveness, a ranking in its sector group that is in the bottom quarter, ranking in its industry group that is in the bottom quarter, and a quantitative risk/reward calculation that is below average.
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Why Coty Inc (COTY), Centene Corp (CNC) and Cemex SAB de CV (ADR) (CX) Are 3 of Today’s Worst Stocks
While most things were flying high on Wednesday, they were doing so at the expense of Cemex (CX), Centene (CNC) and Coty (COTY).
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