Commercial Metals Company

NYSE: CMC
$32.71
-$1.17 (-3.5%)
Closing price November 26, 2021
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included American Airlines, Bed Bath & Beyond, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Domino's Pizza, Freeport-McMoRan, Hyatt Hotels, Square and United States Steel.
Analysts at Credit Suisse have made changes to their ratings and price targets for half a dozen steel producers.
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.
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Stocks closed up on Monday and shares were indicated up marginally on Tuesday morning. Investors are starting to see upside targets being issued for 2020 but there still many pressing issues and...
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Jefferies analysts have met with management teams from the major steel companies and came away feeling very positive on the set-up for the rest of the year.
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The question to ask after U.S. Steel's revenues and earnings beat their consensus analyst estimates is if a rerating on Wall Street is ready to take place.