NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Nov 30, 2012) - StBulls.com has initiated technical analysis on CEMEX S.A.B. de C.V. (NYSE: CX) and Eagle Materials Inc. (NYSE: EXP), and these reports are free upon registration at
The cement industry has been facing a number of challenges admirably of late, and with the housing market in the U.S. continuing to show signs of recovery, companies such as CEMEX and Eagle Materials could finish the year on a strong note.
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The recovering housing market in the U.S. has contributed positively to top- and bottom-lines this year, and companies could see more of the same in 2013. Eagle Materials recently posted an impressive quarter, as revenue jumped 22% year-over-year while segment operating earnings soared 146%. Our technical analysis on Eagle Materials is available at
CEMEX is one company that sees a bright future ahead in the U.S., as it newly forecast a 14% increase in demand from the U.S. residential sector in 2013. Read our technical analysis on CEMEX at
The industry is facing several headwinds though. Public agencies continue to face tight budget conditions, which has led to the postponement of some major infrastructure projects. For companies with operations in Europe, the continued economic instability there has in some cases led to a decline in construction operations. That being said, the industry is currently moving in the right direction, and could close out 2012 on a high note.
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