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Q4 2017 financial results

February 2, 2018

Most companies we follow have now reported Q4 and full year 2017 financial results. Q4 2017 EBITDA per ton was generally lower than Q3, while full year 2017 EBITDA per ton was generally higher than 2016. EBITDA per ton by company can be seen in the chart below and the supporting data are available in […]

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ArcelorMittal Q3 financial results

November 10, 2017

ArcelorMittal posted Q3 earnings today and the results have been added to the graph and spreadsheet below. The company’s EBITDA per ton dropped slightly to $80 in the quarter from $91 in Q2.

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Q3 financial results released by 9 companies

November 9, 2017

Sorry for the delay in getting this post out. Nine companies we follow have released Q3 2017 financial results. Most of the mills reported EBITDA per ton that was similar to or lower than was reported in Q2 of this year. The lowest EBITDA per ton was reported by CMC, $25, and the highest was […]

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AK Steel, ArcelorMittal, and US Steel Q2 EBITDA per ton

July 27, 2017

AK Steel, ArcelorMittal, and US Steel released Q2 2017 earnings and the results have been entered in the spreadsheet behind the graph below. AK’s and ArcelorMittal’s EBITDA per ton were virtually unchanged from the first quarter of this year. AK’s dropped slightly to $115 from $118 and ArcelorMittal’s fell to $93 from $94. US Steel, […]

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CMC, Nucor, SSAB, & SDI Q2 2017 EBITDA per ton

July 24, 2017

The second quarter earnings season has begun and so far we have results from four steel companies tracked by the Nerds. Two companies achieved higher EBITDA per ton in the second quarter as compared to the first quarter: CMC’s EBITDA per ton rose to $97 from $83 and SSAB’s jumped to $135 from $94. The […]

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More Q1 2017 financial results and EBITDA per ton

April 26, 2017

Five more North American steel producers recently reported first quarter financial results. Two were US-based integrated producers and both experienced a decline in EBITDA per ton as compared to the final quarter of 2016: AK’s EBITDA per ton fell to $118 in Q1 from $131 in Q4 last year, while US Steel’s dropped from $46 […]

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