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India's iron ore exports tumble 32% in Apr-Feb

Business Standard reported that iron ore exports from the country tumbled 32 per cent to 14.07 million tonnes during the April-February period of FY19. Fragile demand in the international markets, primarily China and the prevailing steep export duty of 30 per cent on higher grade ore dragged exports. Exports of iron ore pellets, too, declined 7 per cent in the April-January period of last fiscal due to uncertainty in winter output cuts in China and weak inquiries from the non-Chinese markets.

An industry source said that “Of late, demand for pellets has subsided in China as the steel makers there have shown a greater appetite for lower grade iron ore fines. The crisis stemming from Vale’s Brazil mines has precipitated a supply crunch globally and more so in China, the biggest iron ore buyer of the miner’s production. The acute supply crisis has goaded China’s steel firms to source more lower grade iron ore fines from Odisha. However, superior grade ore is still unviable for exports owing to the 30 per cent duty.”

The supply turmoil in global markets has pushed up the prices of iron ore. Till December 2018, seaborne iron ore prices were range-bound at $65-75 per tonne. However, after the major dam breach at Vale’s Brazil mines in January 2019, prices of iron ore have rocketed, hitting $88, the highest since August 2014.

Source : Business Standard
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Tata Steel Nederland tegen fusiemaatregelen

Gepubliceerd op 11 apr 2019 om 14:06 | Views: 156

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IJMUIDEN (AFN) - Ook personeel en de directie van Tata Steel Nederland verzetten zich tegen maatregelen die de Europese tak van het staalbedrijf wil nemen in het kader van de fusie met de Europese staaltak van ThyssenKrupp. Woensdag liet de Europese ondernemingsraad al weten graten te zien in de maatregelen.

De Nederlandse ondernemingsraad en de directie van Tata Steel Nederland willen een stokje steken voor de afstoting van een Belgische verzinklijn. De desinvestering is bedoeld om tegemoet te komen aan bezwaren uit Brussel tegen de samenvoeging.

De ondernemingsraad van Tata Steel Nederland, het voormalige Hoogovens IJmuiden, vindt de verzinklijn van te grote waarde om te verkopen. Het steekt bovendien dat de top van Tata Steel niet met de personeelsvertegenwoordiging heeft overlegd over het afstoten van de verzinklijn. De ondernemingsraad beraadt zich op stappen om de verkoop te voorkomen.
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India's steel demand to grow by over 7% in FY19, FY20 on railways, capital

Business Line reported that Indian Steel Association has forecast that India's steel demand to grow by 7.1% in 2019 and by 7.2% in 2020. As for the financial year, the forecast for steel demand growth is 7.2% in both 2019-20 and 2020-21. It also forecast that India's steel consumption is likely to cross 100 million tonnes mark in 2019. ISA said "Investment driven sectors such as construction, capital goods and railways are likely to maintain the healthy growth momentum driven by infrastructure programmes such as Bharatmala, Sagarmala, railway track electrification, dedicated freight corridors, metro rails, etc.

ISA added “In addition, while, reduction in GST rates will support the real estate demand, ongoing capacity additions in the renewable energy segment would continue to boost the electrical equipment demand.”

ISA said “The automotive sector is witnessing softer demand since last October. Going by the recent trend and a strong base effect, growth is expected to slow down in the first half of 2019. The steel industry expects demand from the automobile sector to revive in July due to pre-buying before the BS-VI norms kick in. Steel demand from the consumer durables sector is expected to normalise after a strong growth was logged last year. Among consumer durables, air-conditioner, washing machine and refrigerator sales were boosted by a cut in GST rates. The growth in both automotive and consumer durables sectors are expected to slow down to 7% each for the next two years from 16 per cent and 22% clocked last year. Intermediate goods, which is driven by both investments and consumption, will see some moderation in demand on account of weaker growth in the automotive sector.”

The World Steel Association had recently estimated steel demand in India to touch 103 million tonnes in 2019, against 96 million tonnes logged in 2018 and 110 million tonnes in 2020.

Source : Business Line
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Japan’s crude steel output in April to June to stay unchanged - METI

Reuters reported that Japan’s crude steel output for the April to June quarter is expected to stay flat from a year earlier despite solid local demand in the construction and manufacturing industries. The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry estimated that crude steel output to be 26.57 million tonnes in the April to June quarter this year compared with 26.56 million tonnes a year earlier. METI said “The small gain follows three consecutive quarterly year-on-year declines. The forecast for the April to June is 7.1% higher than the previous quarter’s output when a series of glitches at some blast furnaces have reduced their productions. Demand for steel products, including those for exports, in the April to June period is forecast to rise 0.1% to 22.93 million tonnes compared with a year earlier. Exports, which typically account for about 40% of Japanese steel production, during the period are predicted to fall 0.3% from a year earlier, but they are expected to surge 8.2% from the previous quarter.”

METI said that “Japan's crude steel demand is forecast to rise 7.1% to 26.57 million tonne in April to June from January to March amid production increases by integrated mills, and remain largely steady from the same quarter a year earlier. Overall demand from the construction and manufacturing sectors has been firm to date in 2019 and this was expected to continue into April-June. However, demand for ordinary carbon steel from the construction sector was forecast to drop 2.2% from January-March but rise 1% on year to 5.14 million tonne, and from the manufacturing sector to drop 3.3% on quarter but rise 1.1% on year to 7.04 million tonne.”

Japan’s crude steel output for the January to March period is forecast to have fallen to 24.8 million tonnes, the lowest quarterly level since the July to September in 2009.

Japanese steelmakers are enjoying healthy demand from the construction sector amid higher public spending to build stronger infrastructure to mitigate damage from disasters, but a series of technical troubles have prevented them from producing as much steel as they had planned.

Source : Reuters
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EU renes tariffs on steel tube fittings imports from Russia, South Korea & Malaysia

The European Union renews tariffs as high as 75% on steel tube fittings from Russia, South Korea and Malaysia for another five years to protect producers in the bloc such as Vallourec Fittings, Erne Fittings and Virgilio Cena & Figli from below-cost or dumped sales while letting similar duties against Turkey expire. The duty levels are 23.8% for Russian producers; 44% for all Korean manufacturers except TK Corp, which faces a 32.4% rate and 75% for all Malaysian producers except Anggerik Laksana, which is subject to a 59.2% levy and Pantech Steel Industries, which has a 49.9% rate.

The investigation did not reveal dumping for any of the exporting producers in Turkey during the review investigation period and did not establish any likelihood of recurrence of dumping should measures be allowed to lapse. The investigation concerning Turkey should therefore be terminated and measures with regard to Turkey repealed.

With respect to Russia, the Commission concluded that, on the basis of the information available during the review investigation period, dumping from Russia continued. Moreover, considering the large spare capacity in Russia, the export prices to third countries, the dumped price levels of TPF to the Union during the review investigation period, together with the attractiveness of the Union market for the Russian TPF producers, which is a major potential export market for Russia, the Commission also concluded that significant quantities of TPF from Russia would likely enter the Union market at dumped price levels, should measures be allowed to lapse. Thus, the Commission also concluded that there was evidence of recurrence of dumping.

With respect to Malaysia and Korea, given the important overcapacities in those countries, the limited growth potential on their domestic markets, and the attractiveness of the Union market for the TPF producers in these countries, it was concluded that imports from these countries of the product under review to the Union would increase in significant quantities should anti-dumping measures be allowed to lapse. The Commission found in addition that those imports would likely be made at dumped prices. The Commission therefore concluded that the expiry of the measures on TPF would be likely to lead to recurrence of dumping with respect to Korea and Malaysia.
The expiring EU levies on steel tube fittings from Turkey are as high as 16.7%, depending on the Turkish exporter.

The EU decision is the outcome of a probe opened in January 2018 into whether to reimpose the anti-dumping duties against the four countries; the five-year renewal of the levies against Russia, Korea and Malaysia will take effect on Thursday.

The product under review is the same as in the original investigation, namely tube or pipe fittings (other than cast fittings, flanges and threaded fittings), of iron or steel (not including stainless steel), with a greatest external diameter not exceeding 609.6 mm. of a kind used for butt-welding or other purposes, currently falling within CN codes ex 7307 93 11. ex 7307 93 19 and ex 7307 99 80 (TARIC codes 7307 93 11 91. 7307 93 11 93, 7307 93 11 94, 7307 93 11 95, 7307 93 11 99. 7307 93 19 91. 7307 93 19 93. 7307 93 19 94, 7307 93 19 95, 7307 93 19 99, 7307 99 80 92, 7307 99 80 93, 7307 99 80 94, 7307 99 80 95 and 7307 99 80 98

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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JSW Steel raises USD 500 million

JSW Steel announced that it has raised USD500 million through an international bond issue. JSW informed BSE “Amrish Baliga, the managing director and head financing at Deutsche Bank, the lead- arranger, said that even after strong re-opening of international bond markets for Indian high yield issuers, the response to JSW Steel has been overwhelming. Further to our letters dated April 5, 2019, we are pleased to inform that the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors of JSW Steel Limited has approved the issuance of fixed rate senior unsecured notes aggregating to USD 500 million and has approved the pricing, tenure and other terms of the Notes. The proceeds of the Notes will be used by the Company to repay external commercial borrowing loans, for capital expenditure or any other purpose in accordance with law.”


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Pakistan government to revive PSM through PPP

The News reported that the Pakistan government has decided to revive the loss-making Pakistan Steel Mills under the public-private partnership mode, which would cost up to USD 800 million. Mr Abdul Razak Dawood, adviser to the Prime Minister for Commerce, Textile, Industry and Investment told newsmen that “We do not have money to revive or upgrade the steel mills to raise its production level to 3 million tonnes per annum from its current capacity of 1.1 million tonnes. A benefit of the PPP mode is that the strategic partner would not give in to political pressures as happened in 2008 when 5,000 unskilled employees were inducted into the mills. We hope the international investors possess expertise to modernize the plant.”

Mr Dawood said that in the first phase within one and a half-year the plant would be revived to achieve its built-in capacity, while the production capacity would be jacked up to 3 million tonnes in the second phase.

Mr Dawood said the Economic Coordination Committee is set to grant a formal approval to the group’s recommendations in its next meeting and the summary would later be forwarded to the cabinet for approval. Later, the government would hire transactional advisor to develop parameters for the PPP mode.

Mr Dawood said “The mill was closed in June 2015 as Sui Southern Gas Company stopped gas supply to the PSM. After the close of the mill, the plants were left without maintenance and thereby the blast furnace and other equipment got rusted. Blast furnace has been rendered nonfunctional due to sudden halt of gas supply. Consequently, iron ore sludge has turned into a 13-feet high rock. However, the mills can still operate with raw materials procured from other sources.”

The PM adviser did not give timeline for restarting the process. He said that “Several procedural formalities have first to be completed.”

Mr Dawood added total steel demand in the country stands at 9 million tonnes, which are increasing by 15% every year.

Source : The News
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US Steel Kosice workers declare strike alert over pay rise

Slovakian Spectator reported that after three months of negotiations over a pay rise that led to no agreement, employees of US Steel Kosice declared a strike alert on April 8. Trade unionists and the representatives of the steelmaker have met nine times since January 2019 to negotiate the sixth addendum to the collective agreement, which ends next year. However, they failed to make a deal. Juraj Varga, a head of OZ KOVO at USSK, said “We belong to the European Union, and we contribute to the excellent performance of USSK. We deserve European wages for European work.”

US Steel Kosice's spokesperson Jan Baca however said “Collective negotiations are still underway but in a different form. No agreement has yet been reached.”

Both parties will thus have to find an intermediary, who will lead further negotiations and recommend a solution.

USSK and trade unionists have differing opinions on several points of the addendum. Yet, the most pressing issue is the growth of this year's tariff wages and the percentage increase of the variable wage component. In January 2019, OZ KOVO demanded an increase in tariff wages of EUR 120 for each employee, which USSK promptly rejected. Trade unionists are now demanding that tariff wages rise by EUR 70. In contrast, USSK has offered a pay rise of EUR 20.

Source : Spectator
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HARSCO signs seven-year growth contract with Egyptian Steel

Harsco Corporation announced that its Metals & Minerals division has further expanded an existing agreement with Egyptian Steel, the manufacturer of rebar and wire rods in the Middle East and North Africa. Under the terms of this expanded agreement, Harsco will provide scrap and slag management, material handling, and metal recovery services at Egyptian Steel’s Beni Suef plant. Harsco has provided similar services to Egyptian Steel’s Al Ain Al Sokhna site since late 2017.

Harsco Metals & Minerals Chief Operating Officer Russ Mitchell noted that the Harsco – Egyptian Steel relationship aligns with Harsco’s growth strategy in a strategically important region. He said “This contract further strengthens our market-leading role in the Africa and Middle East steel markets, where Harsco has been providing environmental services for well over two decades. We are very pleased to expand our partnership with Egyptian Steel and look forward to helping them optimize their operations at Beni Suef.”

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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NLMK Stoilensky improves safety in its open-pit mine

The open-pit mine of Stoilensky, the second largest producer of iron ore concentrate in Russia, has launched a pilot project to implement a personnel positioning system. The system will improve the safety of open pit mining, as it will enable timely response to emergency situations through monitoring and analyzing the personnel's actions and equipment operation. The system locates workers in the mine in real time, automatically sets targets for the shift and monitors the employees’ progress against these targets. It also warns the operator if employees find themselves in a hazardous area or close by, or if process parameters or operating environment are not observed.

Mr Sergey Napolskikh, Stoilensky’s General Director, said that “Stoilensky has become one of the pioneers in the implementation of the positioning system in open pit mining. At present, the system has been launched at two sites of the Mine Administration, and in the future it will cover all structural units that work in Stoilensky's open pit”.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Metalloinvest announced dividends

Metalloinvest, a leading global iron ore and HBI producer and supplier, and one of the regional producers of high-quality steel, has announced its dividends. Based on Q4 2018 results and Net debt/EBITDA ratio of 1.1x as of 31 December 2018, the shareholders of Metalloinvest made a decision to pay out the dividends in the total amount of RUB 5.5 billion.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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South Korean steelmakers expect bleak earnings in Q1 - Report

Korea Herald reported that South Korea’s steel industry is likely to see weak corporate earnings in the first quarter of this year due to a price surge in raw materials, a fall in steel prices and growing trade protectionism. According to corporate tracker FnGuide, the market consensus forecast the nation’s largest steelmaker Posco would see operating profit fall 22% to reach KWR 1.1 trillion (USD 962 million) in the first quarter of this year. During the same period, Hyundai-Steel and SeAH Besteel are estimated to see operating profits fall 20% and 34% to KWR 234 billion and KWR 22.9 billion respectively.

The weak outlook of the local steel industry is mainly the result of a surge in the price of iron ore, a key raw material of steel. In the January-March period, the average selling price of iron ore rose 13.8% to USD 80 from USD 70 in the fourth quarter of last year due to a supply issue in Brazil and Australia, two of the largest iron ore producers. Last month, the collapse of a mine dam in Brazil left at least 160 people dead and led the nation to announce a plan to cut the production of iron ore by 40 million tonnes annually. This week, Australia cut its monthly iron ore exports by 13% in the wake of tropical cyclone Veronica.

Despite the surge in raw material prices, the price of carbon steel went down by 15,000 won per ton in the January-March period, driven by the supply glut of steel made in China.

Mr Byun Jong-man, a researcher at NH Investment & Securities, said the profitability of Hyundai-Steel would significantly get worse if the average selling price of steel does not rise in the second quarter. He said that “The impact from the surge in iron ore prices due to the collapse of the Brazil dam will gain steam in the second quarter.”

Source : Korea Herald
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Fitch upgrades Severstal rating to BBB

PAO Severstal announced that Fitch has upgraded its rating on Severstal to BBB from BBB- on 8 April. The outlook is stable. The rating agency underlined that the upgrade reflected Severstal’s conservative financial policy during the supply-driven steel price turbulence in 2016-2017 and increasing protectionism since 2018. Fitch said that “Its strong financial profile has been driven by very low steel-making costs underpinned by the integration into iron ore and coal, focus on high-value added products with over 45% share in sales, and modest capex. This allowed Severstal to repay around USD1 billion over the last three years and achieve one of the lowest leverage levels in the industry with a funds from operations adjusted gross leverage of 0.8x at end-2018.”

Mr Alexey Kulichenko CFO of Severstal, commented that “We welcome Fitch’s decision to revise Severstal’s credit rating. It recognizes that despite market volatility and growing protectionism, Russian steel companies can secure financial stability through high levels of internal efficiency, a strong balance sheet and a competitive market position.”

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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SSAB launches Strenx 1100 Plus for stronger and lighter lifting equipment

SSAB announced the launch of Strenx® 1100 Plus strip steel. Available for immediate order, this new grade of hot-rolled, high-strength steel possesses unique weld properties and delivers outstanding welding and bending performance in booms, frames, cranes and other lifting equipment. Part of the 1100 MPa range of Strenx® performance steels, Strenx® 1100 Plus brings advances in weld seam strength that are ideal for the lifting sector. This new steel grade gives customers and end users lighter yet stronger equipment that can reach farther, increase payload and improve fuel economy. Strenx® 1100 Plus is designed to help boost overall performance and productivity.

Weld weaknesses virtually eliminated
Traditionally, weld seams can represent weak links in the highest grades of structural steels such as S1100 and S900. But with Strenx® 1100 Plus, such weld weaknesses are virtually eliminated because the strength, elongation and impact toughness properties of the welded area meet the minimum guarantees of the base material.

Advanced, innovative design options
The optimal combination of strength and toughness of the welded and heat-affected area offers a major benefit to the design engineering process. The design can be based on the same minimum static strength for the entire application, depending on the design rules. It is ideal for lifting equipments, and advanced structures that require matching strength in the welds. Strenx® 1100 Plus is designed for the applications that require welded joints; that we don´t limit the heat input; this means they can weld at the room temperature compare to other high yield strength steel products in the market, lifting equipment producers can increase the productivity and reach more advanced design options.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Moody's announces completion of a periodic review of ratings of Tata Steel

Moody's Investors Service has completed a periodic review of the ratings of Tata Steel Ltd. and other ratings that are associated with the same analytical unit. The review was conducted through a portfolio review in which Moody's reassessed the appropriateness of the ratings in the context of the relevant principal methodology(ies), recent developments, and a comparison of the financial and operating profile to similarly rated peers. The review did not involve a rating committee. Since 1 January 2019, Moody's practice has been to issue a press release following each periodic review to announce its completion.

Key rating considerations are summarized below.

Tata Steel Ltd's Ba2 corporate family rating (CFR) reflects the company's: (1) large, diversified and growing business; (2) globally cost-competitive operations in the fast-growing Indian market where it commands a strong market position; and (3) a sustained track record of improving credit metrics.

The rating incorporates a one-notch uplift for our expectation of timely, ongoing and extraordinary support from its parent Tata Sons Ltd.

Counterbalancing these strengths, the rating also reflects the company's exposure to the cyclical steel industry and execution risks associated with the transfer of its European operations into a joint venture with thyssenkrupp AG (tk, Ba2 negative), which is expected to be completed by June 2019, as well as the planned five million tons per annum capacity expansion at Kalinganagar.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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thyssenkrupp appoints Prof Dr Siegfried Russwurm to the Supervisory Board

The Nomination Committee and Executive Committee of the Supervisory Board of thyssenkrupp AG propose that Prof Dr Siegfried Russwurm former member of the Managing Board of Siemens and Chairman of the Shareholders' Committee and Supervisory Board of Voith GmbH & Co. KGaA, will be appointed to the Supervisory Board of thyssenkrupp. As a production engineer with a doctorate, he was at Siemens responsible for, among other things, the Industry Sector and most recently for the Medical Technology Division of Siemens Healthineers. He also acted as Chief Technology Officer of Siemens AG and, in this capacity, advanced the company's digital transformation.

Ms Martina Merz, Chairwoman of the Supervisory Board of thyssenkrupp AG said that "With the addition of Siegfried Russwurm, the Supervisory Board is now complete again. We are convinced that Mr Russwurm, who is internationally regarded as one of the pioneers of digitization in the industry, will enrich the Supervisory Board of thyssenkrupp AG with his industrial and technological expertise.”

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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US steel shipments in February 2019 up by 2.9% YoY - AISI

The American Iron and Steel Institute reported that for the month of February 2019, US steel mills shipped 7,744,304 net tons, a 4.2% decrease from the 8,079,757 net tons shipped in the previous month, January 2019, and a 2.9% increase from the 7,525,590 net tons shipped in February 2018. Shipments year-to-date in 2019 are 15,824,061 net tons, a 4.4% increase vs 2018 shipments of 15,161,931 net tons for two months.

A comparison of February shipments to the previous month of January shows the following changes: hot rolled sheets up 2%, cold rolled sheets down 3% and hot dipped galvanized sheets and strip down 4%.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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India's iron ore exports decline 57% in FY19

The Asian Age reported that India's iron ore exports have dropped 57% in FY19. As per the data from Indian Commodity Exchange, Indian iron ore export volumes declined significantly by 57% to 6.81 million tonnes in FY19 from 15.65 million tonnes in FY18. Iron year exports have been coming down for the past three years and in FY19 it has hit a three-year low. Volumes closer to FY19 were witnessed in FY16 when the exports stood at 6.04 million tonnes.

According to the spokesperson of ICEX, the demand for Indian iron ore in the international market, especially in China, remained fragile for a large part of FY19. Strict environmental regulations in China led increased preference for high grade iron ore by Chinese steel mills. The demand for low-grade iron ore from India remained subdued. Iron ore from countries like Australia and Brazil also was more competitive compared to Indian prices during the most part of the year.

Source : The Asian Age
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ArcelorMittal moet geduld hebben met overname Essar Steel - media

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(ABM FN-Dow Jones) Het Indiase Hooggerechtshof heeft besloten dat ArcelorMital een pas op de plaats moet maken bij doen van betalingen bij het inlijven van Essar Steel. Dit schreef de Economic Times van India vrijdag.

Eerst wil de hoogste rechter van India dat bepaalde beroepen in deze zaak worden afgerond alvorens ArcelorMittal verder kan met het afronden van de overname.

Vorige maand kreeg ArcelorMittal, dat samen optrekt met Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation, nog toestemming voor de overname van Essar Steel.

Door: ABM Financial News.
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'Aperam nog enige koopje in de sector'

Gepubliceerd op 12 apr 2019 om 10:37 | Views: 2.442

Aperam 12:44
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AMSTERDAM (AFN/BLOOMBERG) - Aperam is het enige aandeel in de roestvrijstaalsector waar Citi nog een koopadvies op heeft. De analisten zijn ietwat somber over roestvrijstaalbedrijven als gevolg van de recente prijsdalingen van het metaal. In het tweede kwartaal zal deze trend juist omkeren, verwachten de kenners.

Volgens Citi zullen de winsten van roestvrijstaalbedrijven in het eerste kwartaal van dit jaar grotendeels stabiel zijn. Voor het tweede kwartaal rekenen de kenners op een gemiddelde stijging van bijna 40 procent van het bedrijfsresultaat (ebitda) in de sector.

Citi heeft een koersdoel voor Aperam van 35 euro. Het aandeel stond omstreeks 10.30 uur 0,3 procent hoger op 28,19 euro.
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