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Aperam SA (APAM.AS)

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Aperam says effective impact Chatelet outage in low double digits - conf call
Thursday, 11 May 2017 01:02pm EDT 

May 11 (Reuters) - APERAM SA :ON CHATELET OUTAGE: IMPACT WILL BE MOSTLY IN Q2 - CONF CALL.ON BRAZIL: PROFITABILITY IS NOT MAJOR CONCERN TODAY VERSUS 2016 - CONF CALL.ON CHATELET OUTAGE: EFFECTIVE IMPACT LOW DOUBLE DIGIT ON EBITDA BUT MITIGATED - CONF CALL.ON CHATELET OUTAGE: Q1 EBITDA WOULD HAVE BEEN HIGHER WITHOUT OUTAGE - CONF CALL.ON Q2 BRAZIL OUTLOOK: SEASONALITY MEANS THAT Q2 IS ALWAYS STRONGER THAN Q1 IN VOLUMES - CONF CALL.ON M&A/GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES: WE DON'T SEE A DRAMATIC CHANGE IN THE OUTLOOK ON M&A COMPARED TO C. 6 MTHS AGO- CONF CALL.ON M&A/GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES: WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING AT M&A BUT WITH A CAREFUL PROFILE- CONF CALL.SAYS INVENTORIES IN EUROPE ARE "NORMAL" - CONF CALL.ON SHARES TO BE BOUGHT BACK: SHARES TO BE CANCELLED - CONF CALL.  Full Article

Aperam Q1 results beat Reuters poll
Thursday, 11 May 2017 11:45am EDT 

May 11 (Reuters) - Aperam Sa :Q1 EBITDA $171 MILLION VERSUS $151 MILLION IN REUTERS POLL.Q1 REVENUE $1.28 BILLION VERSUS $1.23 BILLION IN REUTERS POLL.Q1 NET INCOME $93 MILLION VERSUS $79.2 MILLION IN REUTERS POLL.Q1 STEEL SHIPMENTS 486,000 TONNES VERSUS 482,000 TONNES IN REUTERS POLL.Q1 EBITDA/TONNE $352 VERSUS $232 YEAR AGO.APERAM - "DESPITE TRADITIONAL SEASONAL EFFECT IN BRAZIL, APERAM RELEASES RECORD Q1 RESULTS SINCE APERAM'S CREATION THANKS TO BETTER MARKET CONDITIONS AND HEALTHY REAL DEMAND IN EUROPE" - CEO."WE REMAIN HIGHLY FOCUSED ON OUR STRATEGY BASED ON SELF HELP MEASURES TO SUSTAIN APERAM'S COMPETITIVENESS AND FURTHER IMPROVE ITS OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE" - CEO.EBITDA IN Q2 2017 IS EXPECTED TO BE COMPARABLE TO EBITDA IN Q1 2017.NET DEBT TO BE COMPARABLE IN Q2 2017 COMPARED TO NET DEBT IN Q1 2017, POST DIVIDEND AND SHARE BUY-BACK EFFECT.  Full Article

Mutares intends to acquire Aperam Stainless Services & Solutions Tubes Europe
Tuesday, 10 Jan 2017 01:45am EST 

Mutares AG : Mutares intends to acquire Aperam Stainless Services & Solutions Tubes Europe .Closing of transaction is expected to be completed by end of first half of 2017.  Full Article

Aperam to divest French tubes activities
Monday, 9 Jan 2017 12:07pm EST 

Aperam SA : Aperam announces its intention to divest Aperam Stainless Services & Solutions Tubes Europe, its French tubes activities . Any transaction would be expected to be completed by end of first half of 2017 .Is currently contemplating a binding offer from Mutares AG to acquire its stainless steel welded tubes entities located in ancerville and annecy in France.  Full Article

Aperam expects Q3 EBITDA comparable to Q2
Wednesday, 27 Jul 2016 11:45am EDT 

Aperam SA : Q2 net profit $53 million versus $53.3 million in Reuters poll . Q2 EBITDA $123 million versus $ 122 million in Reuters poll . Q2 EBITDA/tonne $237 versus $ 319 year ago . Q2 revenue $1.12 billion versus $1.14 billion in Reuters poll . EBITDA in Q3 2016 is expected to be comparable to EBITDA in Q2 2016 . Q2 steel shipments 520,000 tonnes versus 500,000 tonnes in Reuters poll .Net debt to decrease in Q3 2016.  Full Article

Aperam announces Q2 2016 guidance
Tuesday, 3 May 2016 08:00pm EDT 

Aperam SA:EBITDA in Q2 2016 is expected to slightly increase compared to EBITDA in Q1 2016.Net debt to decrease in Q2 2016.  Full Article

Aperam comments on Q4 2015 guidance
Thursday, 5 Nov 2015 11:45am EST 

Aperam SA:Expects EBITDA in Q4 2015 to be comparable to EBITDA in Q3 2015.Net debt is expected to decrease in Q4 2015.  Full Article

Aperam SA EBITDA in Q3 2015 is expected to be lower
Wednesday, 29 Jul 2015 11:46am EDT 

Aperam SA:EBITDA in Q3 2015 is expected to be lower compared to Q2 2015 due to traditional seasonal slowdown and current economic environment.Net debt is expected to slightly decrease in Q3 2015.  Full Article

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