CHR PLC

CRH completes latest phase of Share Buyback Programme

CRH plc announced that it has completed the latest phase of its share buyback programme, returning a further € 350 million of cash to shareholders.
Between 29.04. and 07.08.2019, 12.2 million ordinary shares were repurchased on the London Stock Exchange and Euronext Dublin at an average discount of 0.75% to the volume weighted average price over the period.
This brings total cash returned to shareholders under our ongoing share buyback programme to € 1.35 billion since its commencement in May 2018. Further share buybacks are under active consideration and details will be announced as part of the Interim Results announcement on 22.08.2019.

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