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U.S. Steel and Its peers soared Wednesday on China's announcement to wind down production.
Increased steel prices continue to raise shares of the big U.S. manufacturers.
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Day traders used to anxiously await FOMC announcements. Not anymore.
Shares of U.S. Steel and AK Steel, surged Wednesday after the largest U.S. steel manufacturer, Nucor, unveiled a bullish industry outlook for the rest of 2016.
The U.S. steel market is rallying as tarriffs on Chinese imports begin to raise prices.
Shares of the steelmaker heat up after investment bank raises its rating to Outperform.
Price protections and stabilizing production should provide a much needed tailwind.
The months-long rally for the biggest U.S. steelmakers comes to an abrupt halt as analysts predict a decline in global metal prices.
Tuesday's rally may be running out of steam, so be ready to short if support is decisively broken.
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TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Nucor is his pick in the steel industry.
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A fabulous share-price recovery comes largely off its "Carnegie Way" strategy to pare down costs.
What's behind the steel recovery is also behind Samsung's earnings beat.
Charts show SLX faces a pullback after rallying 50%+ since January.
It's been a sensational year for U.S. steelmakers, but trouble could be on the horizon.
The Pittsburgh-based steelmaker's so-called 'Carnegie Way' cost-cutting program may require more drastic action than shareholders originally expected.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says Nucor is a best of breed stock in the steel sector, and can be bought for the long term.
As Republicans increasingly begin to talk tariffs and leveling the international trading landscape, no company stands to benefit like AK Steel.
U.S. steelmakers are making enormous strides in 2016, but AK Steel appears best positioned to ride the rising tide of commodity and oil prices.
We've reached higher index objectives faster than expected, with overbought signals flashing.