Editorial: The executives of American steel companies have been quizzed by equities analysts about what they hope to gain for the industry from the new administration.
Editorial: If Chevron Corp. is an indicator, it’s clear that oil companies have dramatically lowered their capital and exploratory budgets.
Editorial: We’ve discussed it in our pages before, as recently as the October 2016 “Washington Watch” column, and that is the status of China within the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Editorial: As I write, I am two days from stuffing and gravy and homemade pumpkin pie. It’s difficult to concentrate on market dynamics when you’re thinking about food and family fun.
Editorial: Spot prices for carbon flat-rolled steel took a bit of a drubbing during third quarter and contract prices had yet to settle as of this writing.
Editorial: As I write, the first of three presidential debates has been broadcast and the nominees are hitting those “battleground” or swing states pretty hard.
From the Publisher - My Dad started his 62-year publishing career with Steel magazine at Penton Publishing in 1954.
From the Publisher - My father, Bill, was born and raised in Cleveland and I was a student there from kindergarten through eighth grade. While my father watched the Browns collect four NFL titles from 1950 to 1964, and saw the Indians’ last World Series championship in 1948, I only knew athletic heartbreak.
Editorial: On April 26, U.S. Steel Corp. filed a complaint with the International Trade Commission (ITC) to launch an investigation under Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 against the largest Chinese steel producers and their distributors.
Editorial: Steelmakers and distributors indicate they expect to see some improvement in revenues during second quarter compared with the previous three quarters, given that steel prices have rebounded off the bottom, following the upward trajectory of scrap pricing.