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ArcelorMittal has said it is slightly more positive about the steel market but kept its 2016 earnings forecast unchanged.
The British metals group Liberty House says it's submitting a bid for the UK assets of Tata Steel, sparking new hope for Britain's endangered steel industry.
The British government has said it could take a stake of up to 25 percent in Tata's UK steel plants as part of a financial package to support a potential buyer.
There is the possibility of a management buyout of Tata's British steelworks. The boss of the Port Talbot plant in south Wales - Stuart Wilkie - is behind the plan.
Under pressure to curb steel output and relieve a global glut, China says its production actually hit a record high last month.
More than 4,000 steel jobs look to have been saved after Tata Steel sold its Long Products Europe arm to Greybull Capital for a nominal 1€.
The British government has opened talks with possible buyers for Tata Steel’s entire British operation, which the Indian steel giant is selling
The British government is doing everything it can to solve the crisis posed by Tata Steel's plans to leave the UK, but nationalisation is not the right answer, says the Prime Minister.
India's Tata Steel has decided to sell its steel making operations in Britain, but will likely struggle to find a buyer amid falling prices and huge overcapacity in China.
China reportedly plans to lay off millions more workers at so-called 'zombie' companies to cut industrial overcapacity and pollution, according to sources close to the Beijing leadership.
Steel workers from all over Europe protested in Brussels Monday to stop the EU from granting market-economy status to China. Protesters fear the move would make it harder for European companies protec
ArcelorMittal is to issue 2.7 billion euros of new shares to reduce debt and cut costs with its profits hit by a plunge in steel prices, which the world's largest steelmaker blamed on cheap exports fr
It reads like a list from British manufacturing’s dark days in the 1980s when job losses constantly filled news bulletins. The Indian group Tata
ArcelorMittal, the world’s biggest steelmaker, enjoyed a strong start to the new year as its share price rose nearly 4.5 percent on Wednesday.
Despite posted a net loss five times bigger than feared and not paying a dividend, Thyssenkrupp saw its shares rise to be the day’s best performer on
The slowdown in the global economy continues to weigh heavy on those who produce raw materials.
The World Bank has cut its growth forecasts for the
Thyssenkrupp seemed set to be the big loser on the Dax in Frankfurt on Tuesday, but it ended up the second biggest winner.
The reason for that