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Acerinox: After a strong correction, offers a 5% dividend yield

ArcelorMittal Will Hike Capital To Recover “Investment Grade” Status

After Moody’s downgraded ArcelorMittal’s debt rating by one notch yesterday, causing it to lose its “investment grade” status, the company has proposed a $2 billion capital increase via shares and mandatory convertible bonds. It will decide what proportion is covered by each of the two offers. Furthermore, it reserves the right, depending on demand, to increase the amount of $2 billion.


Arcelor Mittal

Demand for steel is not recovering, but ArcelorMittal is doing its homework

Banc Sabadell | The demand for steel in Europe (40% EBITDA) is somewhat weaker than expected (the expected recovery in car making has not happened), which means price rises are not expected. However, ArcelorMittal has showed that it is doing its homework in reducing cash outflows, given a tight financial situation, which could lead to announcements of improved shareholder remuneration in 2020.



ArcelorMittal acquisition of Ilva

The Consolidation Of The European Steel Sector: The Example Of ArcelorMittal

Íñigo Recio (GVC Gaesco) | The acquistion of the Italian company Ilva is a strategic operation for ArcelorMittal for the following reasons: 1)it did not have any industrial presence in Italy; 2)the deal means it can cope with steel imports in the Italian market – one of the principal access ports to Europe from non-community steel producing countries (mainly Asia) – and 3) it allows for greater steel prices discipline in Europe.