Commodities giant Alcoa will idle three aluminum smelters as it fights oversupply and sinking metal prices.
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Alcoa's earnings were hurt by the slide in aluminum prices due to global oversupply, not the U.S. economy, says Charles Bradford, president at Bradford Research.
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Alcoa reported earnings of 18 cents a share, excluding certain items, on revenue of $5.84 billion.