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KANSAS CITY, Mo.— One of North America's biggest makers of aluminum foil is seeking bankruptcy protection to restructure, citing falling aluminum prices and other market challenges that also will force it to idle production at a Missouri smelter. Noranda Aluminum Holding Corp., which refines aluminum and mines bauxite, made the Chapter 11 filing Monday in St....
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Alcoa named three new board members in a deal with a major stakeholder as the company prepares to split in two. In exchange, activist investor Elliott Management, which owns about 7.5 percent of Alcoa's stock, will support the aluminum maker's choice of directors who are up for election this year during May's annual shareholder's meeting.
Beaten down metals prices may find some support as China's raw-materials dependent sectors begin to show some modest improvement, Goldman Sachs said.
Analysts are holding out hope that earnings will beat a lowered bar and that will help pull the market out of its worst new year slump ever.
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U.S. stocks closed higher, recovering slightly from a sharply lower start to the year and shaking off pressure from an intraday dip in oil below $30.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Tuesday, attempting further recovery from the sharply lower start to the year, as oil prices and the Chinese yuan stabilized.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stock futures were stronger this morning, after Wall Street seesawed Monday and closed modestly higher. But the Dow and Nasdaq remained in a correction ahead of Tuesday's trading.
China's construction slowdown and increased exports of semi-finished aluminum goods have hurt Alcoa, explains Andrew Lane, metals analyst at Morningstar
Overnight news will likely again be key for stock market action Tuesday, as Wall Street will be watching China for any further weakening in the yuan.
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Alcoa marked the unofficial start of earnings season by beating earnings expectations but falling just short of revenue projections.
U.S stocks closed mixed Monday, stabilizing after their worst week since 2011, as declines in commodity prices weighed.
U.S. markets appeared to look past another Chinese sell-off Monday, but fourth-quarter earnings forecasts do not bode well, experts told CNBC.
U.S. stock index futures indicated a higher open Monday, as European equities gained despite turmoil in Chinese stocks.