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Aandeel ArcelorMittal AEX:MT.NL, LU1598757687

  • 23,740 23 mei 2024 17:35
  • -0,180 (-0,75%) Dagrange 23,690 - 23,930
  • 2.171.312 Gem. (3M) 2,5M

Arcelor Mittal Mei

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  1. forum rang 7 *voetnoot 22 mei 2021 16:04
    quote:

    Rapio21 schreef op 22 mei 2021 12:44:

    [...]

    Wanneer is dit bekend gemaakt? In Amerika gebeurde er niks met de koers. Maandag up??
    Beste @Rapio21

    Ik kijk altijd in de ochtend (stond het er nog niet op) en ‘s avonds nabeurs. Toen wel. Maar het is zoals @Schip100 post, analisten roepen soms ook maar wat, maar toch... is er vaak wel een reactie op de koers. Is nu niet geweest. Even maandag afwachten. Koersdoel 38 is natuurlijk wel een flinke verhoging.
  2. florida7 23 mei 2021 10:48
    quote:

    *voetnoot schreef op 22 mei 2021 16:04:

    [...]
    Beste @Rapio21

    Ik kijk altijd in de ochtend (stond het er nog niet op) en ‘s avonds nabeurs. Toen wel. Maar het is zoals @Schip100 post, analisten roepen soms ook maar wat, maar toch... is er vaak wel een reactie op de koers. Is nu niet geweest. Even maandag afwachten. Koersdoel 38 is natuurlijk wel een flinke verhoging.
    Op 6 mei werd het aangepast naar €34. De bevestiging naar €38 op 21 mei klinkt vreemd. Zou hier sprake zijn van een vergissing?
    Zo lang de koers ruim onder de €30 noteert heeft een aanpassing van €34 naar €38 ook niet veel effect.
  3. Service 23 mei 2021 19:12
    Na een voorzichtige start vrijdag ging AM snel richting de €26
    De €25,77 werd aangetikt
    Uiteindelijk gesloten op 25,39
    Eens kijken wat AM morgen voor ons in petto heeft en een nieuwe poging doet om de €26 te slechten.
    De drang omhoog is aanwezig in de laatste week van mei
    Alle ingrediënten zijn aanwezig voor een stevig koers herstel.

    Half jaar cijfers zullen stevig en goed zijn en komende maand dividend

    Succes

  4. forum rang 7 mvliex 1 23 mei 2021 22:50
    quote:

    Schip0100 schreef op 22 mei 2021 12:57:

    ..............................................
    “Het tekort aan materiaal in combinatie met extreem lange levertijden en de waanzinnig hoog gestegen staalprijzen zou grote(re) verbruikers kunnen dwingen hun productie deels te gaan beperken of tijdelijk zelfs geheel te stoppen. Het probleem veroorzaakt door het tekort bij de levering van chips, dat de automobielproducenten het vorig kwartaal raakte, dreigt namelijk bij staalproducten evenzo”, aldus het StaalJournaal van NovioStaal.Dit dreigt dus. Al begrijp ik alsnog niet dat dit een bedreiging zou zijn voor de winstgevendheid van Arcelor. Wel speelt inderdaad de ellende bij de Arcelorfabriek in Zuid- Italie. Maar de kans dat dit met een sisser af loopt is groot.
    Voorts. Analistenadviezen?? Ik volg deze nu al even. Lachwekkend!
    Kijk eens naar adviezen Prosus en Just eat take away. , maar ook Arcelor.dus. Vrijwel zonder uitzondering onverdeeld positief.Geen enkele nuance, recente ontwikkelingen worden nooit genoemd, laat staan meegewogen. Hier kun je eigenlijk maar beter contrair op handelen. Vanzelfsprekend zijn die adviezen niet bedoeld om ons te helpen.
    Daarmee adviseer je dus om short te gaan. Volg je ook je eigen advies op?
  5. forum rang 10 voda 24 mei 2021 10:07
    quote:

    Schip0100 schreef op 22 mei 2021 12:57:

    Maar nu nog even die week. beste Voda, wat is geweest is geweest. Ook de afgelopen week is geweest,echter minder "geweest"" dan YTD

    ...
    ASR Nederland 35,900 -3,73%
    Hier komt tie!
    ArcelorMittal 25,390 -4,66%< belabberd![ (Volgens IEX) maar zelfs dat is onjuist Moet zijn - 6,39% En USA sloot ook weer eens 0,41% lager.

    Niet verdiend, zeg je? Waarom dan niet?

    .....
    Ten eerste, die -4.66% is correct.
    De slotkoers op vrijdag 14 mei was 26,63. De slotkoers op vrijdag 21 mei was 25,39. Het verschil derhalve is 1,24.
    Dit uitgedrukt in een percentage is (1,24:26,63)x100% = -4.66%

    Ik weet echt niet hoe jij aan - 6.39% komt. Dit terzijde.

    Het commentaar wat ik er bijzet is van mij natuurlijk. Dat is mijn eigen interpretatie. Mag ik? En ik geloof niet dat ik daar een "verklaring" voor verschuldigd ben.
  6. forum rang 4 03har 24 mei 2021 10:46
    quote:

    staalfreak2 schreef op 24 mei 2021 10:08:

    [...]

    www.finanzen.net/rohstoffe/eisenerzpreis

    Het valt met die daling vooralsnog wel mee...

    Natuurlijk, ook de daling van Arcelor valt wel mee gezien de stijging dit jaar.
    Leg de daling van Arcelor maar eens over de ore prijs van de laatste 14 dagen.

    Succes,
    03haR
  7. forum rang 7 mvliex 1 24 mei 2021 11:02
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    ArcelorMittal publishes 2020 integrated annual review

    Mon, May 24, 2021, 10:45 AM
    24 May 2021 10:45 CET

    ArcelorMittal (‘the Company’) has today published its 2020 integrated annual review, ‘Inventing smarter steels for a better world’. The review, which can be accessed here, underpins the Company’s commitment to transparent reporting. It has been produced in-line with the International Integrated Reporting Council’s framework, the Global Reporting Index Sustainability Reporting Standards 2016, the United Nations Global Compact, the European Union’s Directive 2014/95/EU on non-financial reporting and the Sustainability Accounting Standards.

    The review provides an overview of the Company’s performance in 2020, outlines the progress it made against its strategic priorities and details its short- and long-term plans. Specifically, the review outlines ArcelorMittal’s performance and ambitions across the following areas: health and safety; delivering financial value; innovating smarter steels and solutions; and driving environmental and social sustainability. It also demonstrates the Company’s approach to ensuring it brings long-term, sustainable value to its broad stakeholder base.

    Commenting, Aditya Mittal, CEO, ArcelorMittal, said:

    “2020 was, by any measure, an extraordinary year. The Covid-19 global pandemic caused unprecedented disruption to societies, businesses and individuals across the globe, forcing us all to re-think the way we live and work. Our clear priority throughout the pandemic was to keep our employees safe and well. We are proud of the care they showed each other and their commitment to keeping the business running.

    “Yet for all the challenges of 2020, it was also a year of progress for ArcelorMittal. We achieved our net debt target and improved the quality and earnings capability of our asset portfolio. The upshot is a higher growth portfolio as we are able to focus investment behind higher growth opportunities in markets like Brazil, Mexico, India and Liberia.

    “I have therefore stepped into the CEO role at a time when the company is in many ways stronger, allowing me to focus on the four strategic pillars which underpin our vision to remain the world’s leading steel company in the coming decades. The first three – having a strong balance sheet, growth portfolio and competitive cost position – put the Company in a strong position to grow and develop.

    “The fourth pillar of our strategy is our ambition to be a sector leader in sustainability. Global concern for sustainability and responsible business continued to grow in 2020, perhaps even accentuated by the challenge of the pandemic. We track performance according to five sustainable development themes but three issues in particular stand out – safety, decarbonisation and diversity. Despite considerable effort, we know our safety performance is not good enough. The Executive Office, the Sustainability committee and the full Board has discussed this in depth as a result of which changes have been introduced which we hope will support a step change in our safety performance.

    “Although the transition to a low carbon society is a significant challenge, it also presents ArcelorMittal with tremendous opportunity. A significant milestone in our decarbonisation ambitions was the launch in March of XCarb™, a brand that brings together all of ArcelorMittal’s reduced, low- and zero-carbon steelmaking activities into a single effort, focused on achieving demonstrable progress towards carbon-neutral steel.

    “It is widely recognised that diverse teams bring many benefits to organisations, including an increased wealth of perspectives and the capacity to make better-informed decisions. While our workforce is internationally diverse, our key issue has been gender diversity. We have worked on the plans to address it and are targeting doubling the number of female managers – or higher – by 2030.

    “I hope we will be able to report progress on our key metrics in 2021. When it comes to sustainability, steel is an ideal material in the circular economy since it is easily recoverable and infinitely recyclable. I remain very confident in the future of steel, and in the ability of ArcelorMittal to succeed in this environment and continue to invent the smarter steels we need for a better world.”
  8. forum rang 7 mvliex 1 24 mei 2021 11:03
    2/-

    Lakshmi Mittal, Executive Chairman, ArcelorMittal, added:

    “Our vision is to remain the world’s leading steel company for many decades to come. We are aware that our ability to do so will be shaped not only by our financial performance but also our social and environmental performance, and particularly our ability to decarbonise. I have seen many fascinating and transformational developments in my decades in business. None, I believe, have quite the same implications as the challenge to decarbonise the global economy.

    “It is a mammoth task for everyone and particularly for those of us operating in the so-called ‘hard to abate sectors’ which includes steel. We are acutely aware of the carbon footprint associated with steelmaking. Nevertheless, we remain confident that steel can and will remain the material of choice for building the world’s infrastructure. While we in no way underestimate the challenge of the transition, we are energised by the opportunities it will provide. Much of the infrastructure required for the transition to a low-carbon economy for example, including renewable energy systems and electric vehicles, depend on steel.

    “The potential of the opportunity is what keeps us focused and energised. Our teams of engineers are working hard to ensure ArcelorMittal plays a leading role in the decarbonisation of our industry. Our financial strength, our innovative nature and the ingenuity and capability of our people to find solutions to the toughest challenges stands us in good stead to fulfil our purpose of inventing smarter steels for a better world.”

    Key highlights discussed in the review include:

    Actions taken to protect the safety and wellbeing of our employees and support local communities during the pandemic. These included accessing essential medical supplies and personal protective equipment, using our global networks to facilitate the transfer of equipment to regions which are most in need, and financial donations to healthcare facilities, including laboratories to carry out Covid tests.

    The steps the Company is taking to improve its health and safety performance. Initiatives include enhanced governance, the re-vamping of the Company’s global Health and Safety Council and efforts aimed at instilling an interdependent safety culture group-wide.

    The Company’s strategy to address its carbon challenge and become a sector leader in sustainability, including the launch of XCarb™ in March and updates on the various decarbonisation projects being developed and deployed. In line with the objectives of the Paris Agreement, in 2020 the Company announced a group-wide commitment to being carbon-neutral by 2050, and will shortly be announcing a group-wide CO2 emissions target for 2030.

    Progress the Company has made in reducing the carbon intensity of the steel it produces; CO2 per tonne of steel was 2.08 tonnes in 2020, a 1.4% improvement over 2019 and a 7.9% improvement since 2007, meeting the Company’s 2020 target.

    Insight into how the Company is managing its broader environmental impact, including detail on the $248 million allocated to 20 projects with energy and/or carbon benefits, and the $396 million allocated to 32 projects which will deliver a broad range of environmental benefits.

    Progress towards meeting steel and mining certification and accreditation standards; following Covid-19 related delays, the Company has re-started the process of certifying its European flat products sites against ResponsibleSteel™ certification standards and committed to achieving Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA) accreditation for its mines in Brazil, Canada, Liberia and Mexico by 2025.

    The importance the Company places on R&D, as evidenced by its $245 million R&D investment in 2020, which supported the launch of 29 new products and solutions to accelerate sustainable lifestyles and 27 to support sustainable construction, infrastructure and energy generation.

    Our plans to continue to improve on diversity and inclusion, including our target to double the representation of women in management positions to 25% by 2030.

    finance.yahoo.com/news/arcelormittal-...
  9. forum rang 7 mvliex 1 24 mei 2021 13:37
    Prices for iron ore cargoes with a 63.5% iron content for delivery into Tianjin traded below $200 a tonne, after rallying to an all-time high of $229 on May 13th as demand for the steel is expected to ease from the construction sector as the summer season gets underway. Further pressuring prices, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang announced more measures to curb surging commodity prices, promising more domestic supply to ease prices, tougher oversight on spot and future markets and vowing to punish speculation and hoarding. On the supply front, BHP’s South Flank iron ore project in Western Australia announced the start of production of 80 million tons a year.

    tradingeconomics.com/commodity/iron-ore
  10. KijKhumGaaN.... 24 mei 2021 14:32
    quote:

    mvliex 1 schreef op 24 mei 2021 13:37:

    Prices for iron ore cargoes with a 63.5% iron content for delivery into Tianjin traded below $200 a tonne, after rallying to an all-time high of $229 on May 13th as demand for the steel is expected to ease from the construction sector as the summer season gets underway. Further pressuring prices, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang announced more measures to curb surging commodity prices, promising more domestic supply to ease prices, tougher oversight on spot and future markets and vowing to punish speculation and hoarding. On the supply front, BHP’s South Flank iron ore project in Western Australia announced the start of production of 80 million tons a year.

    tradingeconomics.com/commodity/iron-ore
    "hoarding" men verwacht dus tekorten, en leg ondanks de hoge prijs, voorraden aan....
  11. forum rang 10 voda 24 mei 2021 17:10
    quote:

    Piet uit Tieksland schreef op 24 mei 2021 16:23:

    Voda hoe gaat het met novacyt?
    Kans op verbetering?

    Heel erg slecht. Ik acht de kans op herstel klein. Ik heb afgelopen vrijdag een deel verkocht.
    Zo als al eerder aangekondigd, ben ik vandaag met wat aandelen in Arcelor ingestapt.
    Eens kijken of ik hier meer geluk heb.
  12. Against all odds 24 mei 2021 17:47
    quote:

    voda schreef op 24 mei 2021 17:10:

    [...]
    Heel erg slecht. Ik acht de kans op herstel klein. Ik heb afgelopen vrijdag een deel verkocht.
    Zo als al eerder aangekondigd, ben ik vandaag met wat aandelen in Arcelor ingestapt.
    Eens kijken of ik hier meer geluk heb.
    Heel veel succes gewenst, persoonlijk denk ik dat 25,30 een prima instap moment is, door totale markt omstandigheden kan het nog wat lager, maar hoop het niet.

    Ikzelf blijf goede hoop houden dat in de aanloop van de Q2 cijfers, weer voldoende kracht in het aandeel komt om duidelijke stappen hoger te zetten.

    Nogmaals veel succes
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