voestalpine AG (VOES.VI)
20 Mar 2018
Fri, Mar 9 2018
VIENNA Austrian steelmaker Voestalpine will monitor the effects of new U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum imports and may not invest further in the United States until it has a clear picture of the situation, its chief executive said on Friday.
* Voestalpine shares down 1.6 pct, Thyssenkrupp up 0.8 pct (Recasts with German steel association, Thyssenkrupp)
* VOESTALPINE - EXPECTS EU AND OTHERS TO REACT TO U.S. STEEL IMPORT TARIFFS; CONSEQUENCES IMPOSSIBLE TO ASSESS
ZURICH, March 9 Austrian steelmaker Voestalpine played down on Friday the potential impact of new U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminium imports.
FRANKFURT, March 1 Austrian steelmaker Voestalpine expects to comfortably meet its targets for the current financial year, which ends on March 31, its chief executive said.
* Confirms full year forecast for operating profit (Adds details on rail business, analysts, shares)
VIENNA, Feb 8 Austria's Voestalpine reported a higher than expected increase in its third-quarter net profit, helped by rising steel prices and strong demand from the automotive industry.
VIENNA, Feb 1 Austrian steelmaker Voestalpine expects U.S. tax changes to boost its net profit by an upper single-digit euro amount in its 2018/19 business year, its chief executive said on Thursday.
VIENNA, Jan 17 The supervisory board of Austrian steelmaker Voestalpine will decide by the summer whether to extend its chief executive's contract, the group said on Wednesday, after a newspaper said Wolfgang Eder wanted to stay.
FRANKFURT, Jan 12 German chipmaker Infineon Technologies said its supervisory board would propose appointing Voestalpine Chief Executive Wolfgang Eder to the board with an eye to having him take over the chairmanship eventually.
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