Commercial Metals Company

NYSE: CMC
$55.50
+$0.76 (+1.4%)
Closing Price on July 12, 2024

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Asset Type Stock
Exchange NYSE
Currency USD
Country USA
Sector MANUFACTURING
Industry STEEL WORKS, BLAST FURNACES & ROLLING MILLS (COKE OVENS)
Address 6565 N. MACARTHUR BLVD., SUITE 800, P O BOX 1046, IRVING, TX, US
Fiscal Year End August
Latest Quarter 11/30/2023
Market Cap 6,238.40M USD
Shares Outstanding 116,388,000
Commercial Metals Company is a global leader in the steel and metal industry, with operations in the United States, Poland, China, and beyond. Founded in 1915 and based in Irving, Texas, this company specializes in manufacturing, recycling, and fabricating steel and metal products. It caters to a wide range of industries by processing and selling both ferrous and nonferrous scrap metals, producing long steel products like reinforcing bar and merchant bar, and offering fabricated rebar for construction projects. Additionally, it serves the military, energy market, and construction sectors with specialized products like armor plates and strength bars.

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