ASTANA, May 25- Kazakhstan is seeking loans from China worth around $3 billion to build two new plants to boost copper and aluminium output in the Central Asian nation, Kazakh Deputy Investment and Development Minister Albert Rau told Reuters in an interview. London- listed Kazakh company KAZ Minerals, among the world's major copper producers, announced in...» Read More
Aluminium prices will remain stable for the first half of 2012, and will rise in the second half, Oleg Deripaska, CEO of Rusal, the world's largest aluminium producer, told CNBC.
Alcoa CEO Klaus Kleinfeld is seeing improvements in the U.S. economy and maintains his forecast for aluminum demand doubling until 2020.
The “Mad Money” host answers his “Mad Mail and reports back on some viewer questions from earlier in the week.
Cramer sits down with Alcoa CEO Klaus Kleinfeld to get the low-down on the company’s third-quarter and its future.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer says Alcoa's earnings were disappointing, but the company is very well-run and moving in the right direction. Taking a closer look at the aluminum producer and the global economy, with Klaus Kleinfeld, Alcoa CEO.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo reports on Alcoa's Q3 earnings. Klaus Kleinfeld, Alcoa's chairman/CEO reacts to the numbers.
Earnings season kicks off Tuesday and MercBloc's Dan Dicker expects a few surprises.
The "Mad Money" host plans to monitor the aluminum maker's quarterly results after Tuesday's close.
The "Mad Money" host lays out his "Game Plan."
Aluminum giant Alcoa has long been regarded as a bellwether for the U.S. economy and a key gauge of the health of the commodities sector. But one strategist is challenging the notion.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Aluminum will average $2,700 per ton for the year, the deputy chief executive of Rusal, the world’s largest aluminum company, told CNBC in an interview Friday.
The "Mad Money" host makes sense of how the market is reacting to earnings.
These plays might be "glaringly obvious," but Cramer said they're making investors a lot of money.
Don't get too caught up in this rally, the "Mad Money" host said.