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Stelco Holdings Inc. is Canada-based company, which is engaged in the production and sale of steel products. The Company owns and operates technologically advanced integrated steelmaking facilities in North America. The Company produces flat-rolled value-added steels, including coated, pre-painted, cold rolled full hard, fully processed cold-rolled sheet and hot-rolled sheet products, as well as pig iron and metallurgical coke. It also produces with gauge, crown, and shape control, as well as uniformity through-coil mechanical properties. The Company's steel products are supplied to customers in the steel service centre, construction, automotive, energy, appliance, and pipe and tube industries across Canada and the United States. The Company operates from two facilities: Lake Erie Works (LEW) near Nanticoke, Ontario and Hamilton Works (HW) in Hamilton, Ontario.
Iron & Steel
386 Wilcox St
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Paul D. Scherzer
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Canada's main index rose on Wednesday as railroad stocks jumped after U.S. railroad Kansas City Southern said it would reevaluate a buyout offer from Canadian Pacific following a move by U.S. regulators to halt a counterbid from Canadian National.
Canada's main stock index took a breather on Thursday after hitting record highs in the previous session, as weakness in commodity-related stocks were offset by gains in healthcare stocks.
Shares of Stelco Holdings Inc fell as much as 8.5% on Tuesday after the Canadian steel company withdrew its $300 million debt offering, citing "current bond market conditions".
Stock futures for Canada's main stock index were little changed on Monday as oil prices steadied, with Saudi Arabia and Russia yet to agree on an output-cutting deal.
The United States struck deals on Friday to lift tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from Canada and Mexico, the three governments said, removing a major obstacle to legislative approval of a new North American trade pact.
In a joint statement, Canada and the U.S. said:
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday will meet with steelworkers and the media at the Stelco steel plant in Hamilton, Ontario, at 1:30 p.m. local time (1730 GMT), a spokesman wrote on Twitter.
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) said on Wednesday that tariffs should stay on two types of steel originating from many countries other than the United States, and those on five other steel products should be lifted.
Canada said on Wednesday it will exclude some imported steel and aluminum from its newest import tariffs and quotas following a request from the construction industry in British Columbia, which depends on imported metal.
Canadian steel buyers are racing to get construction steel into the country to claim first-come, first-serve exemptions from tariffs that were meant to stabilize the country's market in the wake of U.S. President Donald Trump's metals tariffs.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Monday:
Fairfax Financial Holdings <FFH.TO>, owned by Canadian billionaire Prem Watsa, said on Monday it bought an almost 14 percent stake in steelmaker Stelco Holdings <STLC.TO> for C$250.1 million ($189.93 million).
Construction industry leaders in British Columbia are urging the Canadian government to ease new limits on steel imports that they fear will have a disproportionate impact on the western province, according to a letter seen by Reuters.
Futures for Canada's main stock index dipped on Monday, after world markets reacted negatively to rising tensions between Western powers and Saudi Arabia over the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, which added to lingering trade concerns.
Canada will impose new quotas and tariffs on imports of seven categories of steel, the federal government said on Thursday, fresh measures to head off a potential rise in imports as overseas steelmakers shut out of the United States seek new customers.
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