United States Steel Corp.

NYSE: X
$22.71
-$1.11 (-4.7%)
Closing price June 18, 2021
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included ADS, BioMarin Pharmaceutical, Dick's Sporting Goods, Freeport-McMoRan, Northrop Grumman, Simon Properties and U.S. Steel.
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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.
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Another week of earnings continues with four of the Dow 30 stocks and a premier U.S. steelmaker reporting results in the next couple of days.
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U.S. Steel upgraded third-quarter guidance Friday morning and investors are liking what they're hearing.
Industrial stocks haven't gotten much love recently. Whether that's a result of how the stocks are now valued or the stocks' discount to book value, or just being undervalued by the market, there are...
U.S. Steel and Nucor both released second-quarter guidance this week. Investors have reacted quite differently to the news.
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.
In an effort to prioritize cash and liquidity, U.S. Steel wants to remain well prepared for when the global economy ultimately recovers.