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  • LONDON, Nov 28- Copper steadied on Thursday after falling for two straight sessions with expectations of growing supply and slowing demand offsetting a drawdown in warehouse inventories of the metal. "Copper has been trading pretty much sideways since August," Citi analyst David Wilson said.

  • *New schedule will save $3 billion, Rio says. MELBOURNE/ PERTH, Nov 28- Global miner Rio Tinto, which aims to overtake Vale as the world's top supplier of iron ore, unveiled plans to increase its mine capacity by 20 percent by 2017, heading towards 360 million tonnes a year.

  • *Discount cuts estimated $19.4 bln obligation by 50 pct. RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov 27- Brazilian miner Vale SA said on Wednesday that it agreed to pay 22.325 billion reais in taxes on profit from overseas operations, accepting an offer from Brazil's government that cuts a disputed back-tax bill in half.

  • NEW DELHI/ SHIRDHON, India, Nov 28- Pandurang Ghorpade has the weather to thank as he hands out celebratory sweets to neighbours eager for a ride on his prized new possession, a gleaming red tractor bought in anticipation of a bumper harvest.

  • *Carlos Tavares to join Jan.1, replace Varin later in 2014. PARIS, Nov 25- PSA Peugeot Citroen named former Renault No.2 Carlos Tavares as its next chief executive on Monday, in a move that may help to secure new funding from Chinese partner Dongfeng.

  • *Peugeot to brief unions on Tavares appointment- sources. PARIS, Nov 25- PSA Peugeot Citroen is poised to name former Renault No.2 Carlos Tavares as its next chief executive, sources with knowledge of the matter said, in a move that may help to secure new funding from Chinese partner Dongfeng.

  • PARIS/ BEIJING, Nov 23- PSA Peugeot Citroen is interviewing candidates to replace Chief Executive Philippe Varin, after Chinese partner Dongfeng said a deeper alliance under negotiation should be accompanied by management change, sources with knowledge of the matter said.

  • *ThyssenKrupp says in exclusive talks to sell U.S. plant. *ThyssenKrupp pushes back results to Dec. 2 from Nov. 21. FRANKFURT, Nov 20- Germany's ThyssenKrupp is nearing a long-awaited sale of its U.S. steel plant and has reached an agreement to settle a cartel lawsuit, clearing the way for it to raise much-needed capital.

  • *ThyssenKrupp says in exclusive talks to sell its U.S. plant. FRANKFURT, Nov 19- German steelmaker ThyssenKrupp pushed back the publication of its annual financial results as talks to sell a steel plant in the United States entered the home stretch.

  • Dennis Gartman likes coal, steel, copper Monday, 18 Nov 2013 | 6:09 PM ET

    Coal is "a perfect contrarian's play," Dennis Gartman says.

  • *Severstal to focus on steel sales within Russia. LONDON, Nov 14- Russia's second-biggest steel producer, Severstal, said global steel prices may have reached their lowest point, though a recovery will be slow and average prices in 2014 are likely to be close to levels seen this year.

  • FRANKFURT, Nov 14- Germany's Salzgitter said on Thursday that any green shoots of economic recovery in Europe were so far eluding the steel sector because of oversupply, reaffirming its full-year outlook for the pretax loss to quadruple.

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 14- President Barack Obama is set to tout the U.S. economic recovery during a visit to an Ohio steel mill on Thursday even as he faces more questions about the troubled rollout of his signature healthcare law.

  • Christine Tan speaks to JC Tsou, Chairman of China Steel, about the firm's leadership style.

  • LAUNCESTON, Australia, Nov 8- It was always likely that China's imports of major commodities would retreat from September's elevated levels, but is the October pullback an aberration or is it enough to temper any bullish views?

  • *Big day for earnings; HeidelbergCement falls post results. LONDON, Nov 7- Earnings dominated the major movers on Europe's top share index but the FTSEurofirst 300 was barely changed ahead of the European Central Bank's November policy meeting.

  • *Q3 core profit $1.71 billion, beating forecasts. *Repeats sees 2013 core profit of more than $6.5 bln. BRUSSELS, Nov 7- ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steelmaker, said on Thursday its two-year slump was over and prospects for 2014 were looking up, after higher U.S. steel shipments and mining output boosted third-quarter profits.

  • *Big day for earnings; HeidelbergCement falls post results. LONDON, Nov 7- Earnings dominated the major movers on Europe's top share index but the FTSEurofirst 300 was barely changed ahead of the European Central Bank's November policy meeting.

  • European share markets flat, focused on ECB Thursday, 7 Nov 2013 | 3:57 AM ET

    *HeidelbergCement falls on outlook worries. LONDON, Nov 7- European shares opened marginally lower on Thursday as investors adopted a cautious stance before a policy update in which the European Central Bank is expected to signal monetary easing ahead.

  • *Q3 core profit $1.71 bln vs Reuters poll consensus $1.56 bln. *Repeats sees 2013 core profit of more than $6.5 bln. BRUSSELS, Nov 7- ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steelmaker, reported higher profit than expected in the third quarter, boosted by increasing iron ore shipments and cost savings, and declared it was through the bottom of the cycle.

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