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After a jarring and brutal week for stocks, markets are primed for further pounding in the week ahead.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer explains the real problem in China and how it could hurt global growth.
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CHICAGO, Dec 17- Metals company Alcoa Inc said on Thursday it has signed two long-term supply contracts with plane manufacturer Boeing Co worth more than $2.5 billion that will be part of its value-added business once the company splits in the second half of 2016.. "This is a major contract for us," Alcoa Chief Executive Klaus Kleinfeld told Reuters.
NEW YORK, Dec 15- Ford Motor Co plans to launch a second line of aluminum-intensive trucks and Novelis Inc will supply the high-strength aluminum, Novelis said on Tuesday. Novelis said it expects to begin shipping product from its Oswego, New York, plant for the F-Series Super Duty truck line in spring 2016. Ford's first aluminum-body truck, the 2015 F-150, was...
NEW YORK, Dec 10- Activist investors are building bigger stakes in bigger companies and their influence is helping reshape the landscape of corporate USA. They also played a role in Yahoo's announcement to ditch the spinoff of its $32 billion stake in Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba in favor of seeking the sale of its core Internet business.
*Brent crude edges to 2015 lows after OPEC's meeting last week. Brent crude prices was just a whisker away from their 2015 lows on Monday after OPEC's meeting ended last week without a reference to its output ceiling. "At this moment, a rate hike is a foregone conclusion and if the Fed misses the opportunity to raise again next week, it will reintroduce uncertainties...
*Traders see a 79 percent chance that the central bank will increase rates for the first time in nearly a decade, according to the CME Group's FedWatch. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard is scheduled to speak on the U.S. economy at 12:30 p.m. ET. The figure for October is expected to have fallen to $20.00 billion from $28.92 billion in September.
Is this finally a turn for the dollar, and is this the start of a sustained move up in interest rates?
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LONDON, Nov 26- The collapse in metal prices this year is all about China. But China is also the source of an entirely new driver of lower prices in the form of massive speculative short selling. Open interest and volumes have surged across all the industrial metals contracts traded on the Shanghai Futures Exchange.
Nov 24- Aluminum producer Alcoa Inc said it named Roy Harvey chief executive of its traditional aluminum smelting and refining operations, which would be separated from its faster growing plane and car parts business. Harvey, 41, is currently the president of Alcoa's global primary products business, where he manages the operations of aluminum smelters,...
Nov 24- Aluminum producer Alcoa Inc said it named Roy Harvey chief executive of its traditional aluminum smelting and refining operations, which would be separated from its faster growing plane and car parts business. Harvey, 41, was previously the president of Alcoa's global primary products business, where he managed operations of the company's aluminum...
NEW YORK, Nov 24- Alcoa Inc will receive almost $70 million in aid over 3-1/ 2 years from New York state to keep the Massena West, New York, aluminum smelter open, under a deal announced on Tuesday. The deal will save around 600 jobs, and New York state may penalize Alcoa if the number of employees at the plant falls below that before March 2019, Cuomo said.
The latest round of closures, led by Alcoa, is happening just as the metal's usage in the United States is set to experience another quantum leap forward. That's why Alcoa's announcement this month that it is shuttering three out of four of its remaining smelters in the United States has generated so little lift to the aluminum price. Alcoa's announcement that it...