9.22 -0.06 (-0.65%)
Pre-Market: 8:04AM EST
|Bid||9.11 x 900|
|Ask||9.29 x 21500|
|Day's Range||9.16 - 9.39|
|52 Week Range||8.65 - 24.47|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||3.19|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Apr 29, 2020 - May 03, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.16 (1.74%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Feb 06, 2020|
|1y Target Est||8.38|
Real Estate Roundup is a rundown of developments in the world of industrial real estate used for logistics and transportation. Given recent lease revenue and property sales figures, it's understandable why owners of industrial real estate might think it's a sellers' market. The caveat, as always in real estate, is location, location, location.
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United States Steel Corp. (NYSE: X) and the Allegheny County Health Department finalized a settlement agreement addressing an enforcement order brought against the manufacturer in 2018 and other penalties issued against Clairton Coke Works since the facility caught fire in late 2018, according to a news release. The health department issued the enforcement order in June 2019, and by July the issue drew a standing-room only crowd to a public hearing at the Clairton Municipal Building. According to the agreement, U.S. Steel must invest in $200 million in plant improvements.
Using recent actions and grades from TheStreet's Quant Ratings and layering on technical analysis of the charts of those stocks, Trifecta Stocks identifies five names each week that look bearish. While we will not be weighing in with fundamental analysis we hope this piece will give investors interested in stocks on the way down a good starting point to do further homework on the names. United States Steel Corp. recently was downgraded to Sell with a D rating by TheStreet's Quant Ratings.
(Bloomberg) -- Terms of Trade is a daily newsletter that untangles a world embroiled in trade wars. Sign up here. Two of the most recognizable names in U.S. manufacturing are signaling more pain lies ahead for the global economy.Caterpillar Inc. predicted Friday that its 2020 profit will trail analysts’ estimates, while U.S. Steel Corp. reported the worst loss in almost three years and expects similar results this quarter.That’s a blow to markets already reeling from the worsening outbreak of the deadly coronavirus, a factory slump and major cutbacks in corporate spending. It shows how the troubles plaguing the world economy may go deeper than the trade tensions that had dented sentiment through much of last year.“We expect continued global economic uncertainty to pressure sales to users in 2020 and cause dealers to further reduce inventories,” Caterpillar Chief Executive Officer Jim Umpleby said in a statement.Shares of Caterpillar slid 3% in New York on Friday for a weekly loss of 6.4%, the most since May. U.S. Steel fell 3.5%. An S&P gauge of steel-related companies declined to the lowest since October.While global stocks surged last quarter on hopes that a U.S.-China pact would boost commodity demand and help revive business investment and manufacturing, the Dow Jones Industrial Average erased its 2020 gains Friday.Caterpillar has been trying to cut costs and trim inventories as demand in some of its main markets trails production. The company’s 2020 outlook signals further headwinds for machine sales, which fell the most in almost three years at the end of last year.The view is consistent with U.S. economic figures showing a dropoff in spending.The U.S. government’s latest tally of fourth-quarter growth showed business nonresidential investment in equipment declined an annualized 2.9% after a 3.8% slump in the previous three months. That marked the worst back-to-back quarters since late 2015-early 2016. Outlays for construction machinery in the fourth quarter were the weakest in more than two years.In the current quarter, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. predicts the coronavirus outbreak will cut American economic growth by 0.4 percentage point.Meanwhile, American steelmakers have faced slowing demand for their products, and U.S. Steel has been particularly hard hit because of aging plants that are less efficient than rivals’ with newer technology. In December, the Pittsburgh-based company said it would shut down most of its Great Lakes Works facility near Detroit and lay off as many as 1,545 workers.Not all of the news was bad from the two producers. U.S. Steel said it expects the first quarter of 2020 to be the “trough” for the year. Deerfield, Illinois-based Caterpillar said that dealers are likely to work down excess inventories in the first half of 2020.\--With assistance from Vince Golle.To contact the reporters on this story: Joe Richter in New York at email@example.com;Joe Deaux in New York at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Luzi Ann Javier at email@example.com, Joe Richter, Pratish NarayananFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Wrapping up a year of tough market conditions with more losses, United States Steel Corp. (NYSE: X) CEO David Burritt said he’s confident “the market has hit bottom” and expects improvements for the company in 2020, during an earnings call Friday morning. U.S. Steel reported a full year 2019 net loss of $642 million, or $3.75 per diluted share, and a fourth quarter 2019 net loss of $680 million, or $4.00 per diluted share. The manufacturer reported full year 2019 adjusted net earnings of $15 million, compared to full year 2018 adjusted net earnings of $957 million.
Lower prices and shipments hurt U.S. Steel's (X) Q4 results. Nevertheless, the top and the bottom line beat their respective consensus mark.
U.S. Steel (X) delivered earnings and revenue surprises of 43.86% and 4.14%, respectively, for the quarter ended December 2019. Do the numbers hold clues to what lies ahead for the stock?
The company reported an adjusted net loss of 64 cents a share on $2.8 billion in revenue. U.S. Steel and other steel companies based in the U.S. initially saw a boost to their business in the wake of tariffs imposed on steel imports from China and elsewhere by President Donald Trump almost two years ago. Last month, U.S. Steel moved to close its production facility in River Rouge, Mich., which supplies auto makers in the Detroit region, putting more than 1,500 people out of work in a key battleground state for this year's presidential election.
Shares of U.S. Steel Corp. rallied more than 8% in the extended session Thursday after the steel maker swung to a quarterly loss but said it expects better times this year after the first quarter. The company said it lost $680 million, or $4 a share, in the fourth quarter, versus earnings of $592 million, or $3.34 a share, in the year-ago period. Adjusted for one-time losses, U.S. Steel lost $109 million, or 64 cents a share, contrasting with $1.82 a share a year ago. Revenue fell to $2.8 billion from $3.7 billion a year ago. Analysts polled by FactSet had expected adjusted earnings of $1.03 a share on sales of $2.8 billion. The first quarter of 2020 will be "the trough for the year," the company said in a statement, due to seasonality of its mining operations and lower first-quarter shipments in some of its products. "We are pleased to deliver better than expected results to end the year and are excited to turn the page to 2020 where we will continue to transition the business towards our future," U.S. Steel Chief Executive David B. Burritt said in the statement. Shares of U.S. Steel had ended the regular trading day up 0.9%.
PITTSBURGH, Jan. 30, 2020 -- United States Steel Corporation (NYSE: X) announced today that its Board of Directors declared a dividend of $0.01 per share on U. S. Steel Common.
Full-year 2019 net loss of $642 million, or $3.75 per diluted share; fourth quarter 2019 net loss of $680 million, or $4.00 per diluted share. Includes $609 million and $567.
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PITTSBURGH, Jan. 29, 2020 -- United States Steel Corporation (NYSE: X) today applauded the collaboration between Congress and the President’s administration to adopt the United.
It's been a horrible year for U.S. Steel shareholders. The stock is down 58% over the past 12 months. Full-year results will be reported Thursday evening. Investors are hoping for some relief.
United States Steel Corporation (NYSE:X) today announced the relaunch of the United States Steel Foundation Sons & Daughters Scholarship Program. The U. S. Steel Sons and Daughters Scholarships Program supports high-achieving children of U. S. Steel employees who wish to pursue higher education. Created in 1995, the U. S. Steel Sons & Daughters Scholarships Program has awarded scholarships to 417 scholars in the United States.
U.S. Steel (X) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
Wall Street lost ground on Tuesday, backing away from record highs as a viral outbreak from China found its way to U.S. shores and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) lowered its global economic growth forecast. The indexes extended their losses after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed the first U.S. case of the coronavirus, which has now killed six people in China.