X - United States Steel Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
25.71
-1.57 (-5.76%)
At close: 4:02PM EST
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Previous Close27.28
Open26.52
Bid0.00 x 1100
Ask0.00 x 900
Day's Range25.38 - 26.79
52 Week Range24.84 - 47.64
Volume9,083,307
Avg. Volume6,976,450
Market Cap4.558B
Beta (3Y Monthly)4.04
PE Ratio (TTM)6.73
EPS (TTM)3.82
Earnings DateJan 29, 2019 - Feb 4, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.20 (0.72%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-11-08
1y Target Est39.33
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  • Financial Times2 days ago

    [$$] The Trump administration seems to like what unions do

    Last week the United Steelworkers union voted to ratify a new contract with US Steel. The contract guarantees a 14 per cent raise over the next four years for about 16,000 workers, without any cuts to retirement or health benefits. The administration's tariffs have improved earnings for domestic steel manufacturers.

  • Why an 11% Drop in This Industry Metric Is Huge News for Steelmakers
    Motley Fool5 days ago

    Why an 11% Drop in This Industry Metric Is Huge News for Steelmakers

    Tariffs seem to have the intended effect in the U.S. steel market, which is making life easier for the industry and leading to notable changes.

  • US Aluminum Producers Have Fallen despite Trump’s Tariffs
    Market Realist6 days ago

    US Aluminum Producers Have Fallen despite Trump’s Tariffs

    Earlier this year, President Trump imposed a 10% tariff on aluminum imports and a 25% tariff on steel imports. The tariffs were imposed under the little-used Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962. The Department of Commerce’s investigation found that steel and aluminum imports are a threat to US national security.

  • How US Steel Companies Have Utilized Their Bumper Earnings
    Market Realist6 days ago

    How US Steel Companies Have Utilized Their Bumper Earnings

    As noted in the previous articles, US steel companies’ earnings have improved this year after Section 232 tariffs lifted US steel prices. In this article, we’ll see what companies are doing with their bumper earnings.

  • How U.S. Steel’s Free Cash Flows Look This Year
    Market Realist6 days ago

    How U.S. Steel’s Free Cash Flows Look This Year

    In this part, we’ll discuss steel companies’ third-quarter free cash flows. Free cash flow is operating cash flow minus capital expenditure. U.S. Steel (X) generated free cash flows of $164 million in the third quarter as compared to $219 million in the second quarter and $128 million in the third quarter of 2017.

  • Steel Companies Tone Down Expectations after Steel Price Rout
    Market Realist6 days ago

    Steel Companies Tone Down Expectations after Steel Price Rout

    In the previous article, we looked at steel companies’ third-quarter earnings and noted that steel companies posted record or near record earnings in the quarter. In this article, we’ll look at steel companies’ fourth-quarter guidance.

  • Is the Fed Solely to Blame for the Market Sell-Off?
    Market Realist7 days ago

    Is the Fed Solely to Blame for the Market Sell-Off?

    The Fed has raised rates three times in 2018. The Fed appears to be on track to raise rates for the fourth time next month. On multiple occasions, President Trump has spoken against the Fed’s tightening.

  • Thanks to Tariffs, US Steel Companies’ Earnings Skyrocket
    Market Realist7 days ago

    Thanks to Tariffs, US Steel Companies’ Earnings Skyrocket

    Higher steel prices have lifted US steel companies’ profitability this year. In this part, we’ll compare steel companies’ third-quarter adjusted EBITDA, which is the preferred profitability metric for steel companies (SPY).

  • What Lies Ahead for US Steel Mills after This Year’s Windfall?
    Market Realist7 days ago

    What Lies Ahead for US Steel Mills after This Year’s Windfall?

    US steel prices rose sharply in the first half of 2018 as President Trump’s Section 232 tariffs lifted US steel prices with the benchmark HRC (hot roll coil) prices rising to a decade high. Higher spot steel prices supported US steel companies’ average selling prices (or ASP) in the last two quarters. However, spot steel prices fell last month. Although prices have stabilized after companies like Nucor (NUE) and ArcelorMittal (MT) announced price hikes, they are still below their 2018 highs.

  • Steelworkers ratify new contract with U.S. Steel
    American City Business Journals7 days ago

    Steelworkers ratify new contract with U.S. Steel

    United Steelworkers union members voted Tuesday to ratify a new four-year master agreement with United States Steel Corp. covering 16,000 workers at 14 facilities nationwide.

  • Steel Companies’ Selling Prices Spike amid Trump’s Tariffs
    Market Realist7 days ago

    Steel Companies’ Selling Prices Spike amid Trump’s Tariffs

    Previously in this series, we compared steel companies’ third-quarter shipments. In this part, we’ll look at their ASP (average selling price). The ASP is a key driver of steel companies’ performance and impacts their profitability. We saw a sharp rise in steel companies’ ASP this year after President Trump’s Section 232 tariffs lifted US steel prices (SPY) to multiyear highs.

  • U. S. Steel's (X) New Four-Year Labor Deals Ratified by USW
    Zacks7 days ago

    U. S. Steel's (X) New Four-Year Labor Deals Ratified by USW

    The new agreements are in the best long-term interests of U.S. Steel's (X) employees, customers and shareholders.

  • Bloomberg7 days ago

    Ray Dalio Boosts U.S. Steel and Nucor Holdings, While Cutting Cliffs

    As of the end of September, Dalio’s Bridgewater Associates owned 1.09 million shares of Pittsburgh-based U.S. Steel, an increase of almost 586,000, a regulatory filing showed Tuesday. U.S. Steel shares have dropped 23 percent in 2018. Bridgewater also increased its holdings in Nucor Corp., the biggest American steelmaker.

  • US Steel Demand: Is the ‘Buyer Strike’ Over?
    Market Realist7 days ago

    US Steel Demand: Is the ‘Buyer Strike’ Over?

    As noted previously, steel companies like ArcelorMittal (MT), Nucor (NUE), and AK Steel (AKS) reported lower sequential shipments in the third quarter. ArcelorMittal also pointed to “temporary market weakness in the US.” According to Steel Dynamics, “customers took a temporary purchasing hiatus in anticipation of lower transaction prices as scrap pricing dipped a little and imports moderated some.” However, Nucor’s response was a bit more nuanced.

  • Why Steel Companies’ Q3 Shipment Profile Was Disappointing
    Market Realist7 days ago

    Why Steel Companies’ Q3 Shipment Profile Was Disappointing

    Steel companies’ revenues are a function of average steel prices and shipments. In this part, we’ll compare steel companies’ third-quarter shipments.

  • GlobeNewswire7 days ago

    U. S. Steel Announces Ratification of New Collective Bargaining Agreements by United Steelworkers

    PITTSBURGH, Nov. 13, 2018 -- United States Steel Corporation (NYSE:  X) today announced the ratification of new successor four-year collective bargaining agreements by the.

  • Subdued Earnings: Most Steel Companies Missed Q3 Estimates
    Market Realist8 days ago

    Subdued Earnings: Most Steel Companies Missed Q3 Estimates

    We’re towards the end of the third-quarter earnings season, and all of the leading US steel producers have released their quarterly earnings. Steel Dynamics was the first major steel company to release its quarterly results on October 17. Nucor (NUE) released earnings on October 18.

  • GlobeNewswire8 days ago

    Timothy A. Leach Named Chief Roughneck by U. S. Steel Tubular Products

    Industrial, Service Center and Mining Solutions and interim head of Tubular Products, Douglas Matthews, presented Mr. Leach with the traditional Chief Roughneck bronze bust and hard hat. "With Tim’s leadership, Concho expanded their position across the Permian by making six acquisitions in just under twelve years, creating the largest producer of unconventional shale in the Permian Basin,” said Matthews.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Trump's steel tariffs create big profits but few new jobs

    Nucor Corp, America’s largest steelmaker, planned a new plant in Sedalia, Missouri, long before U.S. President Donald Trump imposed tariffs to protect the industry – and it does not need them to make money. Although the firm helped lead the lobbying push for tariffs on imports, executives say they invested in Sedalia and two other sites to capitalise on an already profitable strategy that doesn't depend on government help. While Trump has played up the narrative of downtrodden steel workers losing jobs to unscrupulous foreign competitors, most of the benefit from his 25 percent tariffs are flowing to the already strong bottom lines of Nucor and other modernized and globally competitive U.S. steel firms, according to interviews with industry executives, experts and a Reuters review of company earnings.

  • Trade War Came at a Bad Time for China
    Market Realist9 days ago

    Trade War Came at a Bad Time for China

    China’s Slowdown: How Severe Is It This Time? As we noted previously, some of the recent data points from China don’t portray a rosy picture of the world’s second-largest economy. China has been steering its economy away from an investment-driven economy to a consumption-driven economy.

  • Has President Trump Changed China’s Trade Practices?
    Market Realist9 days ago

    Has President Trump Changed China’s Trade Practices?

    China has been accused of unfair trade policies. In addition to President Trump, other regions have found fault with China’s trade practices. The European Union and India have blamed China for unfair trade practices.

  • US Steel Companies Are Upbeat, Analysts Look the Other Way
    Market Realist12 days ago

    US Steel Companies Are Upbeat, Analysts Look the Other Way

    Steel companies sounded upbeat about the US steel industry’s outlook during their third-quarter earnings calls. While Nucor (NUE), Steel Dynamics (STLD), and U.S. Steel Corporation (X) have announced share buybacks, Cleveland-Cliffs (CLF) has reinstated its dividend. Let’s see what leading steel companies said about the US steel industry’s health.

  • Market Realist12 days ago

    Election Over, Market Still Undecided

    The big post-election rally on Wednesday has petered out a bit as the week draws to a close.  We know the nation is politically divided, and now the market is showing us its split personality as well.  We warned investors on Wednesday that this could happen since the election was unlikely to immediately solve the issues of rates, tariffs, President’s Trump’s legal woes, or the slowdown in earnings growth next year.  As a result, the major indices are trying to give back their Wednesday gains. ...

  • Why Are US Steel Stocks in a Tight Bear Grip?
    Market Realist12 days ago

    Why Are US Steel Stocks in a Tight Bear Grip?

    As we noted previously, steel stocks like AK Steel (AKS) and ArcelorMittal (MT) are trading with a year-to-date loss. Steel stocks have underperformed broader equity markets (DIA) in 2018 despite President Trump’s Section 232 tariffs. In this part, we’ll discuss the key reasons why bears love steel stocks.