Cleveland-Cliffs Inc.

NYSE: CLF
$21.14
+$0.27 (+1.3%)
Closing price June 23, 2021
Trading in meme stocks through the noon hour Thursday was more balanced than on Wednesday, when nearly every issue traded lower.
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Analysts at Credit Suisse have made changes to their ratings and price targets for half a dozen steel producers.
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Goldman Sachs is out with a report on seven U.S. steel makers. The analysts are initiating coverage on the companies just in time for a debate over President Biden's infrastructure plan.
Metals and mining companies posted strong gains over the past 12 months and the surge may continue if Congress and the president can get a massive infrastructure bill enacted.
Materials and metals stocks had a good year in 2020 and are getting off to a good start in 2021 on investor optimism for a large and rapidly enacted infrastructure program from the Biden...
Metal and mining stocks were hit hard earlier this year by the COVID-19 pandemic. Share prices have mostly recovered and in many cases, these stocks appear to be overpriced.
Iron ore miner Cleveland-Cliffs has agreed to acquire ArcelorMittal USA in a cash and stock deal valued at $1.4 billion.
Recessions are generally brutal for the steel and specialty metals industry. A new Credit Suisse report outlines what it calls a perfect storm for steelmakers.