This Morning in Metals: U.S. Steel releases Q4 guidance

This morning in metals news: U.S. Steel released its guidance for Q4 2021; U.S. job openings increased in 16 states in October; and, lastly, copper prices continue to trade sideways. Do you know the five best practices of sourcing metals, including ste…

This morning in metals news: U.S. Steel released its guidance for Q4 2021; U.S. job openings increased in 16 states in October; and, lastly, copper prices continue to trade sideways. Do you know the five best practices of sourcing metals, including steel? U.S. Steel releases Q4 guidance U.S. Steel said it expects its Q4 2021...

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This Morning in Metals: U.S. Steel reports Q3 net earnings of $1.5B

This morning in metals news: U.S. Steel reported its third-quarter earnings; new orders for manufactured goods increased in September; and, lastly, unemployment rates in September fell in 386 of 389 metropolitan areas. Stop obsessing about the actual forecasted steel price. It’s more important to spot the trend.  U.S. Steel reports Q3 earnings U.S. Steel reported…

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This morning in metals news: U.S. Steel reported its third-quarter earnings; new orders for manufactured goods increased in September; and, lastly, unemployment rates in September fell in 386 of 389 metropolitan areas. Stop obsessing about the actual forecasted steel price. It’s more important to spot the trend.  U.S. Steel reports Q3 earnings U.S. Steel reported...

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This Morning in Metals: Nonfarm payroll employment rises by 194,000

This morning in metals news: U.S. nonfarm payroll employment rose by 194,000 jobs in September; meanwhile, U.S. Steel had another spill from a plant in Northwest Indiana; and, finally, U.S. gasoline exports reached seasonal highs in May, June and July….

This morning in metals news: U.S. nonfarm payroll employment rose by 194,000 jobs in September; meanwhile, U.S. Steel had another spill from a plant in Northwest Indiana; and, finally, U.S. gasoline exports reached seasonal highs in May, June and July. Get social with us. Follow MetalMiner on LinkedIn. Nonfarm payroll employment rises Nonfarm payroll employment...

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This Morning in Metals: Intel breaks ground on semiconductor factories in Arizona

This morning in metals news: Intel on Friday broke ground on two new chip factories in Arizona; meanwhile, a spill Sunday at from a U.S. Steel plant in Northwest Indiana led to the closure of beaches in the area; and, lastly, the aluminum price has tak…

This morning in metals news: Intel on Friday broke ground on two new chip factories in Arizona; meanwhile, a spill Sunday at from a U.S. Steel plant in Northwest Indiana led to the closure of beaches in the area; and, lastly, the aluminum price has taken a breather during the second half of the month...

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This Morning in Metals: Rio Tinto to triple solar capacity at Weipa mine

This morning in metals news: Rio Tinto said it plans to triple solar capacity at its Weipa bauxite mine in Australia; meanwhile, the Aluminum Association said the Department of Commerce had issued final affirmative determinations regarding imports of a…

This morning in metals news: Rio Tinto said it plans to triple solar capacity at its Weipa bauxite mine in Australia; meanwhile, the Aluminum Association said the Department of Commerce had issued final affirmative determinations regarding imports of aluminum foil; and, lastly, U.S. Steel is reportedly looking for a site to build a $3 billion...

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This Morning in Metals: U.S. Steel expects Q3 to be ‘quarter of records’

This morning in metals news: U.S. Steel released its third-quarter guidance yesterday; U.S. petroleum exports just edged out imports in the first half of the year; and, lastly, unemployment rates fell in 15 U.S. states in August. You want more MetalMiner on your terms. Sign up for weekly email updates here. U.S. Steel releases Q3…

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This morning in metals news: U.S. Steel released its third-quarter guidance yesterday; U.S. petroleum exports just edged out imports in the first half of the year; and, lastly, unemployment rates fell in 15 U.S. states in August. You want more MetalMiner on your terms. Sign up for weekly email updates here. U.S. Steel releases Q3...

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This Morning in Metals: Court dismisses challenge to Section 232 duties on Canadian steel

This morning in metals news: the U.S. Court of International Trade granted defendants’ motion for partial dismissal of a challenge to the U.S.’s Section 232 duties on Canadian steel; the Midwest is the heart of U.S. wind capacity; and, lastly, U.S. Steel released its second-quarter guidance. Each month, MetalMiner hosts a webinar on a specific…

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This morning in metals news: the U.S. Court of International Trade granted defendants’ motion for partial dismissal of a challenge to the U.S.’s Section 232 duties on Canadian steel; the Midwest is the heart of U.S. wind capacity; and, lastly, U.S. Steel released its second-quarter guidance. Each month, MetalMiner hosts a webinar on a specific...

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The real story behind U.S. Steel’s Mon Valley project cancelation

Most of the mainstream press’ coverage of U.S. Steel’s giant Mon Valley plant upgrade project cancelation focuses on several issues, from permitting delays to U.S. Steel stating that a competing steelmaker plans to build a facility in another state. The project, an anticipated $1.5 billion investment across the Mon Valley works sites, would have added…

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Most of the mainstream press’ coverage of U.S. Steel’s giant Mon Valley plant upgrade project cancelation focuses on several issues, from permitting delays to U.S. Steel stating that a competing steelmaker plans to build a facility in another state. The project, an anticipated $1.5 billion investment across the Mon Valley works sites, would have added...

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This Morning in Metals: U.S. Steel ends $1.5B plans to upgrade Mon Valley Works

This morning in metals news: U.S. Steel announced it is ending plans for $1.5 billion in upgrades to the Mon Valley Works site; the Census Bureau reported construction spending figures for March; and the copper price has heated up once again. Do you kn…

This morning in metals news: U.S. Steel announced it is ending plans for $1.5 billion in upgrades to the Mon Valley Works site; the Census Bureau reported construction spending figures for March; and the copper price has heated up once again. Do you know the five best practices of sourcing metals, including steel? U.S. Steel...

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This Morning in Metals: US economy grows 6.4% in Q1 2021

This morning in metals news: US real GDP grew at an annual rate of 6.4% in Q1 2021; meanwhile, U.S. Steel reported its Q1 financial results; and, lastly, Intel cited the “explosive growth” in semiconductors in its Q1 2021 financial report. Sign up today for Gunpowder, MetalMiner’s free, biweekly e-newsletter featuring news, analysis and more….

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This morning in metals news: US real GDP grew at an annual rate of 6.4% in Q1 2021; meanwhile, U.S. Steel reported its Q1 financial results; and, lastly, Intel cited the “explosive growth” in semiconductors in its Q1 2021 financial report. Sign up today for Gunpowder, MetalMiner’s free, biweekly e-newsletter featuring news, analysis and more....

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