|Bid||50.45 x 100|
|Ask||50.46 x 100|
|Day's Range||50.11 - 52.20|
|52 Week Range||29.55 - 62.35|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||43.50|
|Earnings Date||Jul 17, 2018 - Jul 23, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||67.25|
Apr.19 -- Lori Heinel, deputy global chief investment officer at State Street Global Advisors, and Bloomberg Intelligence's Andrew Cosgrove, discuss aluminum and nickel hitting multi-year highs. They speak with Bloomberg's Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
A gauge of global equity markets declined on Monday as U.S. bond yields moved closer to the 3 percent level that has unsettled investors in recent months, while a fall in commodity prices pressured materials stocks. U.S. bond prices fell, with the 10-year yield hitting its highest in over four years at 2.998 percent. Investors are worrying about the growing supply of government debt and accelerating inflation as oil and commodity prices have been rising in recent weeks.
A softer Trump administration stance on sanctions imposed against Russian aluminum giant Rusal sank aluminum prices and sent aluminum stocks lower on Monday.
From the Sohn Conference in New York to trade-sanction impacts on public companies and a look at the broader market, Monday has already given investors a lot to chew on. Let’s look at some of the top stock trades to watch for Tuesday morning.Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow Morning #1: Box Stock (BOX)
A gauge of global equity markets retreated on Monday as U.S. bond yields moved closer to the 3 percent level that has unnerved investors in recent months and a fall in commodity prices pressured materials stocks. U.S. bond prices fell, with the 10-year yield hitting its highest in over four years amid worries about the growing supply of government debt and accelerating inflation as oil and commodity prices have been rising in recent weeks. Commodities came under pressure after the U.S. mulled sanctions relief for United Company Rusal Plc as it weighed the potential impact of such measures on American allies and partners.
Stocks were higher on Monday, April 23, but in cautious trading as benchmark 10-year Treasury notes were near 3% for the first time in more than four years and as Wall Street prepared to enter the heart of U.S. corporate earnings season. At last check, the yield on the 10-year Treasury was at 2.985%. Here are the 3 biggest movers, all losers, from Monday's morning trading.
Shares of aluminum producer Alcoa Corp. tumbled 12.5% in midday trade Monday, putting them on track for the biggest one-day selloff in nine years, after the U.S. extended the deadline for dealing with ...
The US Government today signaled it may give the world’s second largest Aluminum producer, Rusal, a break on aluminum sanctions. Alcoa has dropped almost 12% in response to the action. The problem with a fickle government without a real cohesive strategy is whippy returns. Who know what will happen next? Support for Alcoa could be at the $49 level. The stock recently peaked over $60 on the sanctions and a decent 2018 outlook. Take a look at our Alcoa post-earnings report here from last week.
"The U.S. government is not targeting the hardworking people who depend on Rusal and its subsidiaries," Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement. Moscow's Rusal was targeted during a wave of harsh U.S. sanctions earlier in April, freezing all of the company's assets within U.S. jurisdiction. Billionaire oligarch Oleg Deripaska, who previously ran Rusal, was also slapped with sanctions and has been charged in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
While the company reported good news and respectable guidance, AA stock as a result of a steep multiweek rally have now in my eye reached near-term exhaustion levels. Active investors and traders could look to set up income trades or take at least partial positions on any long-side swing trades. Before looking at today’s trade of the day, allow me to reiterate that in my experience, the best trade setups during earnings season present themselves once any given company has reported earnings.
Stocks rallied early in the week on rising oil prices and Netflix earnings. But they erased almost of their gains on chip warnings and Apple iPhone fears.
Nucor sees sustainable strength in steel markets but isn't happy about the breadth of tariff exemptions granted by President Trump.
Alcoa (AA) released its 1Q18 earnings on April 18, 2018, after the markets closed. The company reported revenues of $3.09 billion in 1Q18—compared to $3.17 billion in 4Q17 and $2.65 billion in 1Q17. Alcoa’s 1Q18 earnings were better than expected.
Stocks are heading for a lower open this morning as commodity prices rally. The Nasdaq Composite has dropped 0.3% to 7,273.79. BofA Merrill Lynch's Paul Ciana, meanwhile, writes that "our base case view of the Thomson Reuters equal weight commodity index (CCI) suggests commodity markets are on the verge of signaling a secular bull trend." But a word of warning--some commodities could be nearing a pause.
Metal and mining stocks saw a sharp rally yesterday. Looking at individual names, Alcoa (AA) and Freeport-McMoRan (FCX) gained 4.0% and 4.8%, respectively. In the steel space, U.S. Steel Corporation (X) and AK Steel (AKS) gained 3.1% and 2.3%, respectively. Notably, the stocks saw a significant increase in an otherwise range-bound market. The SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF (DIA) closed with a marginal loss of 0.17% on April 18. Steel stocks also defied a downgrade by UBS.
Each day, the Benzinga Pro news team highlights several stocks with Trading Idea potential. Be the first to see them by becoming a Benzinga Pro user ! Alcoa Corp (NYSE: AA ) stock was trading higher by ...
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / April 19, 2018 / U.S. markets rose Wednesday as investor optimism continues to be boosted by strong corporate earnings. The S&P 500 Index gained 0.08 percent to close at 2,708.64, ...
U.S. customers of Rusal are scrambling to figure out how to replace supply from the Russian company after U.S. sanctions on the world's second-largest aluminum producer caused prices to spike to a seven-year high, the companies and metals analysts said. Morgan Stanley estimates Rusal supplied approximately 9 percent of U.S. aluminum imports in 2017. Alcoa Corp said "considerable uncertainty remains in global supply chain" on Wednesday, partly due to the sanctions.
Chinese traders are preparing to export alumina to reap the profits from record prices for spot cargoes after the United States imposed sanctions on Russia's United Company Rusal, among the biggest producers of the aluminium raw material. China is the world's the biggest producer and consumer of alumina, a compound extracted from bauxite ore that is then smelted into aluminium metal.