The US plans to impose levies on steel and aluminium imports from the European Union, Canada and Mexico. Photograph: Lukas Schulze/Getty Images

The Iseq rose on Thursday, driven by CRH, and counting as a rare bright spot across Europe as the wider market was rattled by news that the US plans t(...)

CRH says  it plans to establish a new global building products division from January 1st, 2019

CRH has signalled it is prepared to sell its Europe distribution business, which could raise more than €2 billion, as the building materials giant set(...)

CRH issued $1.5 billion in debt in two parts on Tuesday. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Building materials group CRH redeemed its most expensive bond debt Tuesday as it issued two new US dollar bonds through its US unit, CRH America. Ir(...)

Davy expects CRH’s net profit to increase to €1.52 billion this year from €1.34 billion in 2017, though US tax reforms could boost the 2018 outcome by 5 per cent.

CRH’s net gain from the sale of its US distribution business may increase by €140 million as a result of Donald Trump’s sweeping tax reforms, accordin(...)

CRH chief executive Albert Manifold: “This development positions Belgard Castle at the centre of the group.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Building materials giant CRH is planning to build a state-of-the-art education centre for the group at its headquarters in Dublin, which is expected t(...)

The lower ground floor of the Philips Building in Leopardstown’s South County Business Park is available to rent.

Ready-to-go office space in one of Dublin’s top suburban office parks is fresh to the letting market this week at €242 per square metre (€22.50 per sq(...)

Shares in CRH are currently changing hands at €30.22, giving CRH a market value of €25.1bn

CRH is set to spend €900 million investing in plants and facilities this year, the highest since before the global financial crisis, according to Davy(...)

CRH is being linked with a potential bid for the Lafarge India unit. Photograph: Reuters

Local reports in India are speculating that LafargeHolcim, the merged building materials giant, will start the process for an estimated $1.5 billion s(...)

Eric Olsen, chief executive of  LafargeHolcim. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

Building materials giant LafargeHolcim is due to report third quarter earnings next Wednesday. Davy Stockbrokers has said weak third-quarter results w(...)

CRH chief executive, Albert Manifold, wants to buy into cement in emerging markets.  Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

CRH’s €6 billion bid to buy businesses that peers Holcim and Lafarge have put on the block as part of their merger could transform the Irish building (...)

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