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The current last sale of $177.23 is 17.57% Higher than the 52 week low.
|Intraday||Last 52 Weeks|
|High:||$ 178.57||$ 241.33|
|Low:||$ 173.2017||$ 150.75|
ETFs with MLM as a Top 10 Holding*
|Weighting||ETF Name (Symbol)||100-Day Price Change (%)|
|4.77%||Invesco Dynamic Building & Construction ETF (PKB)||-6.36 (-20.33%)|
|3.09%||First Trust Materials AlphaDEX Fund (FXZ)||-6.90 (-16.27%)|
|*Data is provided by Barchart.com. Data reflects weightings calculated at the beginning of each month. Data is subject to change. **Green highlights the top performing ETF by % change in the past 100 days.|
Company Description (as filed with the SEC)
Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. (the "Company" or "Martin Marietta") is a natural-resource-based building materials company. The Company supplies aggregates (crushed stone, sand and gravel) through its network of 282 quarries and distribution yards to customers in 30 states, Canada, the Bahamas and the Caribbean Islands. In the western United States, Martin Marietta also provides cement and downstream products, namely, ready mixed concrete, asphalt and paving services in markets where the Company has a leading aggregates position. Specifically, the Company has two cement plants in Texas, and ready mixed concrete and asphalt operations in Texas, Colorado, Louisiana and Arkansas. Paving services are exclusively in Colorado. The Company's heavy-side building materials are used in infrastructure, nonresidential and residential construction projects. Aggregates are also used in agricultural, utility and environmental applications and as railroad ballast. ... More ...