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Merrill Lynch Identifies Top Steel Picks for Big Upside

Last week was rather strong for U.S. steel mills. After all, a 10% gain after mid-quarter guidance from Nucor Corp. (NYSE: NUE) and Steel Dynamics Inc. (NASDAQ: STLD) is impressive ...
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Trump Border Tax Could Be Huge for These 4 Top Steel Stocks

While the debate over any sort of taxes that are actually tariffs on foreign goods coming into the country will continue to rage, one thing has become pretty evident. In ...
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What to Expect From Major Metal Stocks Reporting Tuesday

24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of major metal companies reporting their earnings this week. Considering the new Trump administration has been positive for industrials, we could expect ...
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Why Credit Suisse’s Top Metals & Mining Picks Have 30% to 40% Upside

A new Credit Suisse report takes a positive stance on some key players in the metal and mining industries. Overall the firm sees improving apparent demand trends, accelerating global growth, ...
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Is It Time to Sell Metal Stocks for Infrastructure?

The industrials have seen a solid uptick since just before the U.S. presidential election took place, but is the rally over? One analyst believes that the U.S. Steel industry may ...
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Merrill Lynch Raises Price Targets Again on Red-Hot Steel Stocks

The Trump rally has been something, and the reason seems clear. For the first time in years investors are actually very positive on real anticipated growth in the economy. For ...
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Deutsche Bank Very Bullish on Steel, Raising Price Targets on 5 to Buy Now

Needless to say, the Trump rally has been something, and the reason seems clear. For the first time in years investors are actually very positive on anticipated growth in the ...
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Why One Analyst Sees Value and More Upside for Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton

The post-election rally has been massive, and the commodities miners and the companies that will supply into infrastructure have seen their shares rally. That may be more muted for companies ...
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Why Jefferies Sees Weaker Conditions for Steel Giants the Rest of the Year

One of the biggest metrics that economists look at when gauging the strength of any economy is the use of materials like steel, which is used in construction, infrastructure and ...
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9 Energy and Metals Stocks Analysts Want You to Buy Now

Stocks are trading close to all-time highs and this bull market is now seven and a half years old. Metals and energy prices have rebounded sharply so far in 2016. Most ...
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Why Merrill Lynch Downgraded 3 Key Metal Players

Is the gold/metal age of 2016 over? Merrill Lynch says it may be gone for now, but not entirely forgotten, after the firm downgraded a few major metal players. The ...
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US Steel Tariffs Rise 500% on Chinese Exports

The U.S. Department of Commerce on Tuesday ruled that imports of cold-rolled steel from China will be subject to a maximum 266% anti-dumping duty plus a 256% anti-subsidy duty. Cold-rolled ...
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Is the Third ArcelorMittal Analyst Upgrade in 2 Weeks the Charm?

It is no secret that the metals and commodity space has been enjoying a significant rally since the lows in January and February of 2016. Now that rally has gone ...
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Barclays and Merrill Lynch Get More Constructive on Top Steel Stocks

This year has been a wild ride for many companies in the metals sector. That is after a rough 2015, as many of the global growth markets have slowed to ...
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Why Credit Suisse Sees More Upside in Top Steel Stocks

Looking at the global steel market in 2016, it is quickly rebalancing following the fallout in 2015 from the energy market, significant destocking and distressed exports from China. In the ...
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