Chinese manufacturers continue to make a lot of steel, explains Scott Paul, Alliance for American Manufacturing. Claude Barfield, American Enterprise Institute, provides perspective on the global impact.
Chinese exports are a factor in the European steel industry's downturn, according to Alessandro Abate, head of metals & mining at Berenberg.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Alcoa.
Mario Longhi, CEO of U.S. Steel, talks about the state of manufacturing in the U.S. and the steel sector in China.
The world's no.1 and no.4 iron ore miners are in talks that could see Brazil's Vale taking a minority stake in Australia-based Fortescue Metals Group.
China's leadership tried to quell anxiety about its slowing economy following financial turmoil and rising labor unrest as it cut its growth target.
The country aims to tackle industrial overcapacity and curb pollution.
The company aims to raise $3b to reduce 15.7b in net debt
ArcelorMittal launched plans to raise $3 billion in fresh capital in a bid to reduce debt in the face of weak steel and mining sectors.
Toyota Motor said it may halt production at domestic plants early next month due to a steel shortage after an explosion at a plant operated by an affiliate.
Oil and iron ore have had a shocker of a year and National Australia Bank says the two commodities may fall further in 2016.
Shipping, steel and oil will continue to come under pressure in 2016 amid a slowing China, warns Andrew Steel, head of APAC corporate ratings at Fitch Ratings.
Market sources predict iron ore prices could go below $40 per tonne, says Annalisa Jeffries, associate editorial director for Asia metals at Platts.
Workers are protesting for back pay and medical insurance after the shutdown of the Tangshan Songting steel mill, which is just one of numerous Chinese mills to go under.
Mario Longhi, U.S. Steel CEO, discusses what's driving steel prices lower and provides his outlook on the industry.
While many British steel workers blame China for squeezing the industry to near-death, steel towns in China are struggling too.
The steel industry's dire straits are in the spotlight this week, with both China and the U.K. warning about the hit from the dramatic slump in demand.
Bluescope will keep its Port Kembla steelworks open after persuading the government to defer $43M in payroll tax.
Although production cuts have been supportive, China's latest economic data remain a concern for the sector, explains Daniel Hynes, senior commodities strategist at ANZ research.
Slumping commodity prices are typically seen as a boon for India, a country that relies heavily on oil imports, but it's not all good news.