Commercial Metals Company

NYSE: CMC
$21.47
-$0.20 (-0.9%)
Closing price September 18, 2020
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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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CMC shares were giving some back on Friday morning, but the analyst community sees stronger performance in the coming year.
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With steel pricing firming, and export potential and demand at home still strong, these stocks make sense for growth investors, especially after significant price pullbacks.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Monday included Annaly Capital Management, Alcoa, Carvana, Crown Castle, Delta Air Lines, Northrup Grumman, PG&E, Snap, Teradyne,...
With pricing firm and export potential and demand at home still strong, these five steel stocks make sense for growth investors.
With pricing firm, and export potential and demand at home still strong, these steel stocks make sense for growth investors, especially after significant price pullbacks.