Reliance Steel & Aluminum

NYSE: RS
$92.46
+$2.58 (+2.9%)
Closing price July 10, 2020
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In the wake of multiple analyst downgrades and price target cuts from major Wall Street firms, Goldman Sachs now has downgraded U.S. Steel. The firm maintained other Neutral and Buy ratings on steel...
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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.