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Alcoa Corporation (AA)

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Previous Close28.59
Bid29.32 x 1300
Ask29.35 x 1100
Day's Range27.41 - 30.50
52 Week Range5.16 - 31.37
Avg. Volume6,272,439
Market Cap5.399B
Beta (5Y Monthly)2.65
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Spain Asks Gupta to Prove GFG Unit Is Solvent to Take Over Plant

    Spain Asks Gupta to Prove GFG Unit Is Solvent to Take Over Plant

    (Bloomberg) -- Spain’s government has asked the aluminum division of Sanjeev Gupta’s GFG Alliance to prove it’s solvent to push ahead with a takeover of an aluminum plant in the country, according to people familiar with the matter.GFG’s Alvance was on track in late February to close an agreement to acquire a plant owned by Alcoa Corp., according to people familiar with the matter. But the potential implications GFG faces from this week’s unraveling of trade finance company Greensill Capital prompted the Spanish government to request Alvance show evidence of its solvency to proceed with the deal, two of the people said.A spokesperson for GFG declined to comment on the Spanish deal and reiterated company comments from earlier this week that its businesses were running as normal and it was making progress in discussions with financial institutions to diversify funding.GFG Alliance has been rocked by the demise of Greensill Capital, the firm that allowed his firms to borrow billions of dollars. The suspension of the Credit Suisse Group AG’s funds that invested in Greensill-sourced loans, as well as the BaFin probe into Greensill Bank, has suddenly blocked a key source of funding for companies owned by Gupta.Spain’s Ministry of Industry and SEPI, a government holding company with long-term stakes in Spanish companies, are acting as a bridge between Alcoa and Alvance to avoid the closure of the plant after the bilateral talks between the two companies fell apart last year.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Stocks To Watch: Alcoa Sees Relative Strength Rating Jump To 93
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    Stocks To Watch: Alcoa Sees Relative Strength Rating Jump To 93

    On Thursday, Alcoa cleared an important performance benchmark, seeing its Relative Strength (RS) Rating jump into the 90-plus percentile with an improvement to 93, up from 90 the day before. During this stock market correction, investors have been moving into defensive and cyclical sectors. As you try to find the best stocks to buy and watch, be sure to pay attention to relative price strength.

  • Alcoa (AA) Moves 12.1% Higher: Will This Strength Last?

    Alcoa (AA) Moves 12.1% Higher: Will This Strength Last?

    Alcoa (AA) saw its shares surge in the last session with trading volume being higher than average. The latest trend in earnings estimate revisions may not translate into further price increase in the near term.