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ArcelorMittal Q2 EBITDA Falls To $0.7 bln
Arcelormittal Europe Plans 30% Lower CO2 Emissions By 2030
Arcelormittal: European Investment Bank Grants EUR 75M Loan To Reduce Carbon Emissions
ArcelorMittal S.A. (ArcelorMittal) is a holding company. The Company, together with its subsidiaries, owns and operates steel manufacturing and mining facilities in Europe, North and South America, Asia and Africa. ArcelorMittal operates through five segments, which include NAFTA; Europe; Brazil; Africa and Commonwealth of Independent States (ACIS), and Mining. The NAFTA segment produces flat, long and tubular products. The Brazil segment includes the flat operations of Brazil, and the long and tubular operations of Brazil and neighboring countries. The Europe segment is the flat steel producer in Europe. The ACIS segment produces a combination of flat, long products and tubular products. The Mining segment comprises all mines owned by ArcelorMittal in the Americas, Asia, Europe and Africa. It produces a range of finished and semi-finished steel products (semis). The Company operates through its subsidiary Exosun.
Iron & Steel
24-26 Boulevard d'Avranches
Lakshmi Narayan Mittal
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Management Committee, Member of the Executive Board
President, Chief Financial Officer, Member of the Executive Board, Member of the Management Committee, Chief Executive Officer ArcelorMittal Europe
Brian E. Aranha
Executive Vice President, Member of the Executive Board, Member of the Management Committee, Head of Strategy, CTO, R&D, CCM, and Global Automotive
Executive Vice President, Head of Human Resources, Member of the Management Committee, Member of the Executive Board
Jefferson de Paula
Executive Vice President, Member of the Executive Board, Member of the Management Committee, Chief Executive Officer ArcelorMittal South America Long
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* Shares up 1.9% on Thursday, but still down 37% this year (Updates with share price, analyst comments)
ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steelmaker, reported higher than expected second quarter earnings and said its core markets were showing signs of recovery, albeit from exceptionally low levels.
Twenty-one workers at a steel plant owned by ArcelorMittal in the Mexican port city of Lazaro Cardenas have died from COVID-19, the steelworkers' trade union said Saturday.
ArcelorMittal on Thursday outlined plans and costs for steelmaking processes that produce less carbon, but also called for investment support from European Union states as well as carbon border taxes.
- The Italian government rejected ArcelorMittal's latest plan for the loss-making Ilva steel plant on Tuesday which it said included major job cuts and went back on investment pledges as workers held a strike to protest the plan.
ArcelorMittal resumed output at its Bosnia steel plant on Thursday after a 10-day stoppage due to a drop in demand caused by the coronavirus crisis, its spokesperson told Reuters.
Privately owned Liberty Steel Group said on Monday it has appointed a former executive of ArcelorMittal to a top role in the firm.
ArcelorMittal <MT.AS>, the world's largest steelmaker, is issuing $2 billion of shares and convertible notes at a deep discount to accelerate debt reduction plans that have been slowed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steelmaker, forecast its steel shipments would fall by up to a third in the second quarter, leading to sharply lower profits as coronavirus restrictions hit demand.
* NET LOSS OF $1.1BN IN 1Q 2020 (ADJUSTED NET LOSS OF $0.6BN, EXCLUDING IMPAIRMENT AND EXCEPTIONAL ITEMS)
* WILL PROVIDE UPDATED GUIDANCE ON OUR 2020 CASH REQUIREMENTS, INCLUDING CAPITAL EXPENDITURE, WHEN WE ANNOUNCE OUR Q1 2020 RESULTS ON 7 MAY 2020
Japan's biggest steelmaker Nippon Steel Corp said on Tuesday its joint venture with ArcelorMittal has signed a $5.15 billion loan agreement with Japanese banks, including Japan Bank for International Cooperation.
ArcelorMittal <MT.AS> said on Wednesday it had signed a deal that would see a significant injection of Italian state funding into the Ilva steelworks and would suspend a bid to walk away from the troubled plant, which it took over in 2018.
ArcelorMittal and commissioners of the Ilva steelworks are set to sign a deal on Wednesday ending a four-month-old dispute over the future of the southern Italian plant, lawyers for both sides said,
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ArcelorMittal <MT.AS> and commissioners of the Ilva steelworks in southern Italy have agreed to extend talks to the end of the month after making progress towards a possible deal to buy the plant, a lawyer for the company said on Friday.
ArcelorMittal <MT.AS>, the world's largest steelmaker, forecast increased demand and a drop in its debt levels this year after earnings beat forecasts at the end of 2019, lifting its shares.
An Italian court ruled on Tuesday that one of three blast furnaces at ArcelorMittal's <MT.AS> Ilva steel plant need not be shut down despite concerns it was in breach of safety rules, throwing a lifeline to the loss-making plant in southern Italy.
ArcelorMittal, the world's largest steelmaker, has agreed to sell a 50% stake in its shipping business, the first step in its plan to offload $2 billion of assets by the middle of 2021 to reduce its debt
ArcelorMittal <MT.AS> and commissioners of the Ilva steelworks have moved closer to a deal over the future of the ailing plant and have agreed to extend their talks, a lawyer representing the company said on Friday.
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