The U.S. Steel Industry is Not as Healthy as it Seems
Despite rising stock prices, U.S. Steel and Nucor are not enjoying true business recoveries. Meanwhile, ArcelorMittal seems on track for a much stronger year than its American rivals.
For Once, Chinese Growth Might Not Be the Most Important Factor for these Companies
Indonesia is a prime example of why iron ore and metallurgical coal both have bright futures.
This Stock Has Long-Term Multi-Bagger Potential
The aluminum industry has hit rock bottom recently, but Alcoa is particularly poised for a long-term recovery.
China's Miscalculated Exuberance Could Be Great for American Steel
U.S. steel has been complaining for a long time about steel imports being sold below production costs, with China looking to shutter production such “dumping” could slow down.
Did Ford's 2014 Outlook Just Crush the Steel Industry's Spirit?
Ford just warned that 2014 could be tough year, is that a signal that steel makers will feel a pinch, too?