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    Irish cement giant CRH plans to build a €7bn cash pile over the next three years to deploy to any of the acquisitions in the share buyback.
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Irish cement giant CRH plans to build a €7bn cash pile over the next three years to deploy to any of the acquisitions in the share buyback.

Financial Director Senan Murphy said that the company shows to the market that it’s “not just a one trick pony that the same acquisitions.”

The money will be cash left after spending on capital investment, interest, taxes and other payments. “There are a number of options where the money can be deployed, and we will deploy it anywhere where it creates most value for shareholders,” said Mr. Murphy.

“We can reinvest it in our business, we can invest in acquisitions, we may continue to repurchase… or we can increase the level of dividends,” he added.

The company published 1pcs rises in revenue and profit before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) year-on-year in the first half. She faces serious challenges, ranging from a currency negative to extreme weather conditions, but said it expects EBITDA in the second half to be ahead of last year. Strong economic indicators in the US is a factor.

Yesterday, chief Executive albert manifold told analysts that he expects “very significant” SIPS from the company until the end of 2018.

That comes as the company plans to reduce its debt after the acquisition of a major U.S. colleagues-ash Grove, as well as recent purchases.

One of the lines of business, which is worse-his investments in the Philippines – yesterday, Mr. manifold said that he believes that “there is a light at the end of the tunnel” as the increase in demand.

Mr manifold said the company has seen the growth of costs in different markets – with the recent increase in oil prices among the factors.

What, then, is a challenge in terms of passing that increase on to the customers.

“In some markets it was a slow recovery back… this year in the second half of the year we will recover the best price, no doubt.

“Can we all get back to the end of the year, it’s hard to say”, – said the collector told reporters.

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