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ArcelorMittal SA (MT.N)

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Tue, Jan 17 2017

BRIEF-Koppers, Arcelormittal enter into long-term coal tar supply agreements through 2026

* Koppers and Arcelormittal enter into long-term coal tar supply agreements through 2026

BRIEF-SunCoke Energy announces Brazil Coke Facility Transactions

* SunCoke Energy, Inc. announces Brazil Coke Facility Transactions

BRIEF-Arcelormittal, Evonik, LafargeHolcim and Solvay cooperate under new "Low Carbon Technology Partnerships Initiative

* Arcelormittal, Evonik, LafargeHolcim and Solvay investigate trans-sector technological potential to reduce carbon emissions under a new "Low Carbon Technology Partnerships Initiative" Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

ArcelorMittal says new EU plans for CO2 permits pose business threat

DUESSELDORF, Germany ArcelorMittal <ISPA.AS sees EU plans to scrap some free carbon permits for energy-intensive industries as a threat to its European business, a senior executive at the world's biggest steelmaker told Reuters on Thursday.

ArcelorMittal sees weak last quarter as coal spike hits margins

BRUSSELS ArcelorMittal warned of slower earnings this quarter citing higher coal prices and lower U.S. steel prices after the world's largest steel producer missed core third-quarter profit expectations on Tuesday.

UPDATE 2-ArcelorMittal sees weak last quarter as coal spike hits margins

* Sees lower steel prices in U.S., coal hitting spreads in Q4 (Adds CFO comments, share reaction)

ArcelorMittal sees very modest growth of steel consumption in 2016

BRUSSELS, Nov 8 ArcelorMittal said on Tuesday it saw apparent steel consumption growing this year by about 0.5 percent, similar to its previous forecast of between zero and 0.5 percent.

ArcelorMittal Q3 core profit below expectations

BRUSSELS, Nov 8 ArcelorMittal, the world's largest producer of steel on Tuesday posted third-quarter core profit below expectations, and added that its final quarter would be weaker than the third.

ArcelorMittal South Africa to pay record $110 million to settle anti-trust charges

JOHANNESBURG ArcelorMittal's South African unit has agreed to pay a record 1.5 billion rand ($110 million) fine for colluding to fix steel prices, the competition watchdog said on Monday.

UPDATE 2-ArcelorMittal shares jump after topping forecasts in buoyant quarter

* Shares rise as much as 5.2 pct to 11-month high (Adds CFO comment, market reaction)

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