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  • *Alcoa's results boost sentiment, shares rise 3.5 percent. U.S. stocks rose for a second session, buoyed after Alcoa late Tuesday reported quarterly results that topped analysts' expectations, even though the company's adjusted profit fell due to declining aluminum prices.

  • Stocks open higher; Alcoa leads the way Wednesday, 9 Apr 2014 | 9:52 AM ET

    Aluminum maker Alcoa rose the most of major U.S. stocks after reporting earnings that were better than investors were expecting. Alcoa rose 3 percent in early trading. Facebook rose 2 percent and Microsoft rose 1 percent.

  • *Shares up 6.6 pct in Hong Kong, outperform index. MOSCOW/ HONG KONG, April 9- Lenders have granted Russian aluminium group Rusal a three-month breather, giving the loss-making firm time to try to hammer out revised terms for $3.7 billion of debt repayments without risk of default.

  • Alcoa posts 1Q loss on smelter, mill shutdowns Tuesday, 8 Apr 2014 | 4:26 PM ET

    DALLAS— Alcoa Inc. lost $178 million in the first quarter as revenue fell on lower aluminum prices, but profit beat expectations after excluding charges to idle capacity at aluminum smelters and mills. The weak commodity prices are driving Alcoa to shift away from smelting.

  • Alcoa CEO: Aerospace raises expectations     Tuesday, 8 Apr 2014 | 4:19 PM ET

    Alcoa Chairman and CEO Klaus Kleinfeld, discusses his company's growth forecasts, as well as the outlook for aerospace.

  • Alcoa Chairman and CEO Klaus Kleinfeld provides insight into his company's Q1 earnings beat, and whether demand for aluminum is growing.

  • Alcoa earnings beat, sales narrowly miss estimates Tuesday, 8 Apr 2014 | 4:12 PM ET
    Aluminum rods displaying the Alcoa Inc. logo

    Alcoa reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Tuesday, but revenue narrowly missed estimates.

  • Stocks drift after a three-day slump; Lilly falls Tuesday, 8 Apr 2014 | 9:49 AM ET

    NEW YORK— Stocks are drifting mostly higher in early trading on Wall Street as the market stabilizes after a three-day slump. Aluminum maker Alcoa reports earnings after the close of trading Tuesday.

  • *Shanghai bonded copper premiums steady at $80- $100 a tonne. LONDON, April 8- Copper touched a one-week high on Tuesday on persistent hopes of more stimulus measures in China while aluminium gained 1 percent on buying from largely computer-based funds.

  • LONDON, April 7- The London Metal Exchange said on Monday it would launch a new contract on aluminium premiums, extending its product suite for the metal just weeks before major rival CME Group starts a competing futures contract.

  • LONDON, April 7- Russian aluminium giant Rusal, which won a court ruling last month that halted a key metals warehouse reform, has defended its move, denying it was seeking to freeze the status quo and "stifle" reforms.

  • Aluminum smelters in Dubai, Abu Dhabi join forces Monday, 7 Apr 2014 | 7:13 AM ET

    Mubadala Development Company of Abu Dhabi and the Investment Corporation of Dubai said on Monday they have formally incorporated the new Abu Dhabi- based company, known as Emirates Global Aluminium. It combines the operations of Dubai Aluminium, the country's largest smelter, with Abu Dhabi- based Emirates Aluminium.

  • The Russian firm, part owned by Chief Executive Vladimir Potanin and aluminium giant Rusal, had to trim spending last year and focus on its lucrative Soviet-era operations in Russia's far north to cope with weak prices for its key metals.

  • *Aluminium gains at risk given China slowdown. LONDON, April 4- Copper slipped on Friday on persistent investor concerns about slowing growth in top consumer China, though losses were limited as solid U.S. jobs data fed hopes that copper demand would pick up in the world's largest economy.

  • *Aluminium gains at risk given China slowdown. LONDON, April 4- Copper rose on Friday after robust U.S. jobs data fed hopes of economic growth and demand for metals, while aluminium was set for its biggest weekly gain in 16 months after hitting a five-month high.

  • *Copper down 9 percent in year to date. LONDON, April 4- Copper rose on Friday, lifted by rising speculation that a recovery in the U.S. jobs market will help spur economic growth and demand for metals while aluminium was set for its biggest weekly gain in 16 months after hitting a five-month high.

  • SINGAPORE, April 4- London aluminium was on track for its biggest weekly gain in 16 months on Friday, rising to its highest in more than five months as a series of capacity cutbacks by top producers underpinned the market. Copper rose 0.6 percent, recouping last session's decline which was driven by disappointment over China's stimulus measures.

  • SINGAPORE, April 4- London aluminium was on track for its biggest weekly gain in more than eight months on Friday, trading near a five-month top as a series of capacity cutbacks by top producers underpinned the market. Copper edged higher, recouping some of last session's decline which was driven by disappointment over China's stimulus measures.

  • Three-month aluminium on the London Metal Exchange closed up 0.3 percent at $1,834, having earlier touched its highest since Nov. 4 at $1,846. Some investors have been upbeat on aluminium after a series of capacity cutbacks by producers, including U.S. producer Alcoa which shut down 147,000 tonnes in Brazil.

  • Three-month aluminium on the London Metal Exchange closed up 0.3 percent at $1,834, having earlier touched its highest since Nov. 4 at $1,846. Some investors have been upbeat on aluminium after a series of capacity cutbacks by producers, including U.S. producer Alcoa which shut down 147,000 tonnes in Brazil.

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