Edition:
United States

ArcelorMittal SA (MTS.MC)

MTS.MC on Madrid SE C.A.T.S.

14.15EUR
24 May 2019
Change (% chg)

€0.15 (+1.09%)
Prev Close
€14.00
Open
€14.20
Day's High
€14.32
Day's Low
€14.08
Volume
702,841
Avg. Vol
670,769
52-wk High
€29.69
52-wk Low
€13.94

Select another date:

Fri, May 24 2019

Steelmaker ArcelorMittal frets over future of Mexican tax benefits

MEXICO CITY Tax incentives in Mexico designed to lure investment to poorer areas should be maintained, the head of ArcelorMittal's Mexican unit said in an interview, despite the new president's suggestion that the policy should not be renewed.

Steelmaker ArcelorMittal frets over future of Mexican tax benefits

MEXICO CITY, May 24 Tax incentives in Mexico designed to lure investment to poorer areas should be maintained, the head of ArcelorMittal's Mexican unit said in an interview, despite the new president's suggestion that the policy should not be renewed.

Steelmaker ArcelorMittal downbeat on main Europe market

BRUSSELS ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steelmaker, cut its forecast for demand in its main market Europe on Thursday after lower steel prices depressed earnings at the start of the year. | Video

UPDATE 2-Steelmaker ArcelorMittal downbeat on main Europe market

* Q1 core profit $1.65 bln vs consensus $1.68 bln (Updates with shares, analyst comment)

ArcelorMittal to cut iron ore output, slash jobs in Bosnia

SARAJEVO ArcelorMittal will reduce output and cut 300 out of 800 jobs at its iron ore mines in Bosnia, the world's largest steelmaker said on Tuesday.

Poland's JSW does not expect a fall in coal orders from ArcelorMittal

WARSAW Poland's JSW, the European Union's biggest coking coal producer, does not expect coal orders from major client ArcelorMittal to fall following the steelmaker's decision to halt operations at its blast furnace and steel plant in Krakow.

Poland's JSW does not expect a fall in coal orders from ArcelorMittal

WARSAW, May 7 Poland's JSW, the European Union's biggest coking coal producer, does not expect coal orders from major client ArcelorMittal to fall following the steelmaker's decision to halt operations at its blast furnace and steel plant in Krakow.

ArcelorMittal to shut Polish plant temporarily due to rising costs

WARSAW ArcelorMittal Poland said on Monday it planned to halt its blast furnace and steel plant in Krakow in September, due to rising carbon emission costs and surging power prices.

UPDATE 1-ArcelorMittal to shut Polish plant temporarily due to rising costs

WARSAW, May 6 ArcelorMittal Poland said on Monday it planned to halt its blast furnace and steel plant in Krakow in September, due to rising carbon emission costs and surging power prices.

EU approves ArcelorMittal sale of assets to Liberty House in Ilva deal

BRUSSELS The European Commission has approved the sale by ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steel producer, of plants in several European countries to Liberty House to satisfy regulatory requirements for its acquisition of Italian steelmaker Ilva.

Select another date: