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ArcelorMittal to invest USD 1 billion in Algeria

ArcelorMittal has announced that it will invest USD 1 billion by 2017 in its facilities in Annaba, an Algerian coastal city east of Algiers. The funds will be spent on renovating the structure and equipment of the El Hadjar steel complex.

According to information from the company’s general direction, the program will start in quarter four this year. The goal is to boost liquid steel production from the current 580,000 tonnes a year to 2.4 million tonnes a year.

This week, the company signed a collective agreement with the workers’ union providing for a 16% raise in wages and the readmission of 11 dismissed employees. The negotiation ended a strike that had been called for Wednesday (11th). ArcelorMittal Annaba employs 5,400 people.

Source - ANBA
Chinese commodity demand seen by Goldman rising rest of year

According to Goldman Sachs Group Inc, commodity demand in China, the world’s largest user of iron ore, copper and tin, will rebound through the end of the year as infrastructure projects gather pace and users restock.

Analyst Julian Zhu told reporters at a briefing in Singapore that the key demand driver is infrastructure and fixed-asset investment. Steel prices in the world’s largest producer were seen higher through the end of December.

Goldman’s assessment adds to signs that a slowdown in the second-largest economy may be ending, lifting the outlook for commodities from iron ore to base metals. While Premier Li Keqiang said yesterday that the foundations of a recovery aren’t solid, policy makers have signaled that they will defend a 7.5% expansion goal for 2013. Bank of America Merrill Lynch today raised its growth forecast for China.

Mr Zhu said that “From now till the end of this year, we anticipate China demand for commodities to continue to recover. The current commodities inventory in China is still quite low and with the further demand rebound, we should see the ongoing restocking to continue as well.”

Mr Zhu said that “People are getting more positive, but they’re not super bullish, not yet. You’re going to see further upside. If you look at the early indicators in September, it seems like the overall economic activity is picking up.”

Source - Bloomberg
Lekker vlot!!

ArcelorMittal koersdoel omhoog EUR9 van EUR8,50 - Goldman Sachs
ArcelorMittal advies blijft neutral - Goldman Sachs

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

voda schreef op 16 september 2013 16:13:

Lekker vlot!!

ArcelorMittal koersdoel omhoog EUR9 van EUR8,50 - Goldman Sachs
ArcelorMittal advies blijft neutral - Goldman Sachs

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

haha , is misschien eeen hint voor de shorters, of zijn ze de "1" vergeten voor de 9 te zetten.
Steel leads surge in business activity

China's business activity surged to a 17 month high in August, providing fresh evidence that the protracted economic slowdown in China may be bottoming out.

National Bureau of Statistics said that industrial production gained 10.4% from a year earlier, picking up from the pace of 9.7% in July and June's 8.9%.

It was led by the steel sector, an indication that railway and property investment has warmed up.

Fixed asset investment grew 20.3% to 26.2 trillion yuan (US$4.2 trillion) in the first eight months, up 0.2 percentage points from that in the first seven months and slightly above market expectations, the bureau's data showed.

Retail sales, an indication of consumer demand, edged up 13.4% to CNY 1.88 trillion in August, faster than the increase of 13.2% a month earlier.

Mr Zhou Hao an economist at Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd said that "China's August real activity data came in stronger than expected.” He added that "They help to sustain the market rally due to improving market sentiment towards China's economy.”

China's economy expanded 7.5% from a year earlier in the second quarter of this year, extending the moderation for more than two years. But the economy has exhibited signs of stabilization in the past two months.

Analysts said the strengthened performance was in part due to supportive measures, including tax reduction for small companies, more investment in railway and other infrastructure construction as well as less red tape for exporters.

Source -

ThyssenKrupp to consider holding on to Brazil plant

ThyssenKrupp AG the German steelmaker that’s spent 16 months trying to sell its Americas unit, may hold on to its plant in Brazil and sell only the US operation, two people briefed on the discussions said.

A deal to divest the US mill would require some of the Brazilian plant’s output be processed at the Alabama site, one of the people said, asking not to be named because the talks are confidential. Bids for the Brazilian facility have been too low, and ThyssenKrupp has accepted that the Steel Americas division won’t fetch its EUR 3.4 billion (USD 4.5 billion) book value and faces a further writedown, the other person said.

The company is seeking to offload the Americas unit and expand non-steel operations to weather a drop in demand. Lower consumption in the auto and construction industries and higher competition from China has reduced steel prices, leading German peer Salzgitter AG to announce 1,500 job cuts last month.

Brazil’s Cia Siderurgica Nacional SA would probably be the buyer of the US plant, which may fetch about USD 1.5 billion, one of the people said. People with knowledge of the talks said in May that CSN was the leading bidder for the Steel Americas unit.

Source - Bloomberg
Steel imports unable to make headway with low domestic levels in Europe

European steel market is still shadowed in gloomy past with consumption yet to pick up. Even though import offers are more competitive from India after the currency devaluation it is far from culminating in transactions since domestic mills levels are almost at par.

HRC from Turkey are now quoted at Euro 455 – 460 per tonne CFR FO while an Indian Mill is offering Euro 450 per tonne. No one is interested in such levels as HRC in domestic market are available at Euro 450 and even Euro 440 per tonne ex-works/delivered.

One major Indian Mill was supposed to negotiate with Marcegaglia an important order of HRC at prices around USD 560 to 570 per tonne CFR FO.
A major International Trader was offering HRP of Indian origin, quality S275JR, at a price of Euro 435 per tonne basis CFR FO.

Russian Mills are still offering HRC at levels around Euro 440 per tonne CFR FO Antwerp / Hamburg and CRC at around Euro 495 to 505 per tonne CFR FO although volumes are quite small.

Source – Strategic Research Institute
Democratic Party leader urges government to re open Ilva steelworks

Democratic Party leader Guglielmo Epifani, speaking to reporters at the PSI national event said that "We are asking the government to take a stance on Ilva. Given the current crisis, production must resume. The steelworks cannot shut down, the government must intervene.”

Source - AGI
Italian industry minister seeks ILVA solution

Italian Industry Minister Flavio Zanonato said he is seeking to find a solution for the current legal stalemate faced by the Riva group, which controls the troubled Italian steelmaker ILVA that would avoid activities at the unit being halted.

Mr Riva Acciaio which controls ILVA announced it had halted all of its operations barring those of Taranto-based ILVA. The blockage involved some seven Riva-related plants where 1,400 people are employed, according to the Riva Acciaio statement, which said the decision had been made based on a seizure order from a Taranto court.

Police seizures were carried out in cities from Rome to Milan, Genoa to Cagliari, Modena to Bari, Naples, Lecco and Bergamo. Assets seized were evenly divided between goods and property, worth more than 456 million euros, and financial holdings including stocks and bonds. As well, about 100 vehicles were seized.

Mr Zanonato said in a Radio 24 interview that "We are evaluating a hundred things, and even discussed the possibility of a court-appointed ward ship but with the ILVA law this would appear impossible since the steelworks are not involved in an environmental disaster situation.”

He went on to add he was trying to see if the courts would evaluate a seizure of the asset that would not force the production activity to be halted. Zanonato is reportedly slated to meet with ILVA chairman Bruno Ferrante this coming Monday to discuss the decision of the Riva family to halt production activity in Italy.

Source - ANSA

ARCELORMITTAL develops new range of innovative steels

The new steels, developed by ArcelorMittal's research and development teams, will serve as construction materials while producing energy at the same time.

ArcelorMittal has developed, as part of a research project led by the company's research and development teams, a range of photovoltaic products based on steel. For the first time, steel will not only serve as the outer layer of buildings it will also produce energy. This innovation, which endows steel with new properties, was introduced to assist the evolution of the market towards a model that directly integrates renewable energy sources into buildings, bringing the creation of energy and its consumption under one roof.

The new photovoltaic products developed as part of a research programme involving ArcelorMittal's research and development teams and the company's strategic partners will apply, directly on a steel substrate, semi-conductor coatings which produce electricity via solar radiation.

Steel therefore plays an essential role in the development of more efficient photovoltaic technologies based on thin so called 'second generation' layers. This recent development represents a real technological breakthrough, made possible thanks to ArcelorMittal's expertise in the areas of metallurgy and steel structures for roofing and facades, as well as its knowledge when it comes to the use of vacuum coating technologies to endow steel with optoelectronic properties.

The production of steel solar panels is based on a production process that is more environmentally-friendly compared to solar modules using glass panels.

Source – Strategic Research Institute
Iron ore shortage and rising cost of production hit small steel companies

The Hindu Business Line reported that the economic slowdown has hit the small steel companies more than the established ones. Small and medium units, especially in iron ore-rich Karnataka are the worst hit.

The Karnataka Iron and Steel Manufacturers Association claims that almost half of the 60 sponge iron plants in the State have shut shop for want of iron ore. A few, such as Sathavahana Ispat, Kirloskar Ferrous, Kalyani Steels, Unimetal Ispat, Sandur Manganese and Iron Ore and Sandur Laminates, have suspended their operations partially.

Mr K R Shetty, Vice President, Vibhutigudda Mines said that about 50% of the small scale units, especially in the Bellary, Hospet and Sandur region are on the verge of closure due to iron ore shortage.

The Association has requested NMDC to earmark some quantity of iron ore that is e-auctioned for the small units as they create employment at the local level.

The mining operations in Karnataka resumed recently after an year long ban imposed by the Supreme Court.

Appreciating the transparent iron ore e auction, Mr Narendrakumar Baldota CMD of MSPL said that the steel and pellet plants with captive mines should be exempted from iron ore e auction and be allowed to use their own ore to feed to their plants.

Speaking at the recent Mining Engineers Association of India summit, he said that mining is no more an attractive business with the cost of production and royalty rates increasing tremendously in the last few years and 15% of the price dedicated for social activities.

While small companies are struggling to keep their head above water, the larger ones are busy re jigging debt to reworking product mix. JSW Steel, one of the largest steel plants in Karnataka, recently commissioned a 2 million tonne per annum beneficiation plant to enhance the quality of low grade iron ore being supplied at the e-auction conducted in Karnataka. The company has been operating its Vijayanagar unit at 80% utilization due to iron ore shortage.

Tata Steel saved INR 1,100 crore last fiscal by implementing cost saving measures and spotting improvement opportunity across the value chain.

Mr Nicolas J Sowar, Global Metal Sector Leader of Deloitte, feels companies should manage their balance sheet by reducing working capital besides improving efficiency to beat the slowdown blues.

He said that “You need to look at supply chain from the start to finish, logistics on maintaining the fixed assets, on how those are operating. Every employee has to understand the key matrix to achieving cost advantages.”

With steel imports turning costlier after the sharp depreciation of the rupee against dollar, JSW Steel targets to cater this burgeoning demand.

Mr Jayant Acharya, Director, Commercial and Marketing, JSW Steel said that though the conventional steel demand has slowed down, there is ample opportunity in the import replacement segment. He added that “We are targeting to produce high-grade steel that commands better margin.”

TATA Steel, which has been adding a million tonne capacity since last year, tweaked its marketing initiative to expand its market share in the automobile sector, which has been hit by poor demand. The company’s production capacity at Jamshedpur is expected to touch 9 million tonne this year going up to 10 million tonne next year.

Mr H M Nerurkar, MD of TATA Steel said in a recent interaction with this newspaper that “Despite slowdown in the automobile sector, our share in the automotive segment has actually gone up. In fact, it is being used in more and more new models that are being launched.”

Having done what it takes to maintain the market share, steel companies are tightening their cost of funds. Ruia owned Essar Steel, which is known for rolling out specialized steel from its Hazira plant in Gujarat, has raised USD 3 billion in the last 2 months to repay its high cost rupee debt.

The company expects to save INR 1,300 crore per annum by prepaying some of the rupee loan and extending the loan maturity period to 6.5 years from 3.5 years.

Mr Ashutosh Agarwala, CFO and Director, Essar Steel, which is a low cost steel producer in India said that “The expansion of the facilities at Hazira was undertaken when the rupee was trading at INR 40 a dollar and now the exchange rate has exceeded INR 60 a dollar.”

However, many small companies find it difficult to raise funds abroad. They embark on cost cutting mode by curbing travel expenses and postpone annual salary hike for employees, besides reducing capacity utilization.

Mr Basant Poddar, Vice President, Federation of Indian Mineral Industries and MD of MEL, Chitradurga said that about 30 to 50% of the steel mills in Karnataka have resorted to periodic shut down due to uncertainty of raw material supplies.

He added that “While 50% of the small and medium steel plants are on the verge of closure, many of them have reduced their workforce by half.”

The slowdown in demand has not deterred companies from raising prices. Essar Steel increased prices by INR 1,000 to 1,200 a tonne from August 1st while JSW Steel plans to follow suit.

Steel companies are dependent on imported coking coal to meet their fuel needs. The weak rupee has pushed by the import bills. Besides, the cost of domestic iron ore prices have gone up due to acute shortage in supply after ban on iron ore mining in Goa. BMM Ispat, for example, is expected to put up a coal gassifier to reduce coal consumption in the next 15 to 20 days.

Source – The Hindu Business Line
Salzgitter to lay off 300 employees in Peine

German steel maker Salzgitter AG said that it has agreed with labor representatives to maintain its plant in the German town of Peine but lay off around 300 workers there.

The plant has about 1,100 employees.

The lay offs are part of Salzgitter's plan to reduce costs by EUR 200 million and cut at least 1,500 of its around 25,000 staff.

The company has lowered its earnings guidance twice since the beginning of the year.

Source –The Wall Street Journal
1400 Steel Jobs in Italy threatened in legal row

Italian steel giant Ilva said it was being forced to suspend operations at seven plants Friday and send 1,400 workers home because of a long-running legal row.

The Riva family that owns the company is under multiple investigations for fraud and toxic pollution at its main plant in Taranto in southern Italy.

It said it had to close the other plants too because of a decision by prosecutors to freeze its assets and current accounts with EUR 916 million (USD1.2 billion). Trade unions staged protests against the closures.

Economic Development Minister Flavio Zanonato was quoted by La Repubblica daily as saying he did not know why Ilva had decided to shut its plants.

Mr Zanonato said that "There should be no doubt that this can have a knock-on effect and other companies could find themselves in difficulty.”

Prosecutors in the city of Taranto went further, defining Ilva's decision as "blackmail," according to judicial sources.

The steel sector as a whole in Italy which is dominated by Ilva and the Riva family employs about 50,000 people.

Source - Agence France-Presse

Expect record iron ore imports in the coming months

The importance of iron ore import;
China’s iron ore import is a key indicator that affects shipping rates. Iron ore accounts for 30% of world dry bulk trade volume and China makes up to Q3 of the 30%. While the data is published a few weeks after each month has ended, it nonetheless reflects China’s economic health and fundamentals of dry bulk shippers. Since higher iron ore import means higher shipping rates, it’s fundamentally positive for dry bulk companies that haul key dry bulk materials such as iron ore, coal and grain across the ocean.

August import fell;
Iron ore imports have risen lately due to increased export from Australia. During the Q1 of 2013, the country supplied close to 50% of total seaborne iron trade. In August, China imported 69.01 million tonnes of iron ore. This was a 4 million decline from 73.14 million that was imported in July. On YoY basis, growth slowed from 26.39% in July to 10.50%. Using a three month rolling average to smooth out volatility and short term noise, YoY growth increased from 13.5% to 14.6%.

Import data lags shipping rates;
August’s weaker import appears to be driven by rising iron ore prices in July and the first half of August. It may be on investors’ minds why imports fell despite higher shipping rates. This is because the custom records import when vessels arrive at Chinese ports, but shipping rates rise or fall when ships are demanded for export. As it can take a few weeks to ship iron ore from Australia or Brazil to China, China’s import volume lags a little.

Expect increased imports;
Based on the recent increase in shipping rates, we should expect China to report record volumes of iron ore imports in September. Larger volumes of Australian and Brazilian exports should kick China’s iron ore imports into record highs. In the past iron ore trade has shown seasonal increases during the second half of the year, as production of dry bulks ramps up after the wet season. The past few months of positive growth also suggests traders aren’t expecting significant deterioration in economic growth like the deterioration we saw in 2008.

Source -
China approves iron ore futures trading

Xinhua reported that China's top securities regulator, the China Securities Regulatory Commission has endorsed the Dalian Commodity Exchange to carry out iron ore futures trading.

According to a CSRC document sent to the DCE, the specific time for the official listing of the futures contracts will be decided based on preparation work by the DCE as well as market situations.

The DCE said that it has so far completed contract design and draft rules with a strict mechanism on transactions, settlements and delivery. Risk control measures on cash deposits, price fluctuation caps, and position limits have also been thoroughly researched.

Iron ore is the most important raw material for steel production, with Australia, China, Brazil and India accounting for around 80 percent of the world total output.

China is the world's second largest iron ore producer and the biggest importer, with an output of 440 million tonnes, imports of 740 million tonnes and a consumption of 1.05 billion tonnes last year.

However, Chinese companies are facing greater risks due to frequent iron ore price fluctuations as long term price agreements have been replaced by price indexes based on spot trade in recent years.

The CSRC spokesman said that trading of iron ore futures will be beneficial to the establishment of a pricing system that better reflects the supply and demand in China and will help Chinese companies better manage price fluctuation risks.

He said that futures trading will better guarantee iron ore supply to China, improve the country's pricing power in international iron ore markets and protect its national interests.

Source - Xinhua
Steel Dynamics issues 3Q forecast
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) -- Steel Dynamics Inc. said Tuesday that it expects its third-quarter profit to fall in a range between 21 and 26 cents per share.

Analysts polled by FactSet, on average, were anticipating earnings of 26 cents per share from the Fort Wayne, Ind., company. It earned 15 cents a share in the same quarter of 2012 after adjusting for one-time charges.

Steel Dynamics pointed to improved sales volume and better metal spreads as drivers for improved profitability. The company said automotive and manufacturing markets remain strong and residential construction markets show signs of improvement. It anticipates losses of roughly 4 cents per share during the quarter, however, from its Minnesota operations.

Steel Dynamic also declared a regular quarterly dividend of 11 cents per share that is payable on Oct. 11 to shareholders as of Sept. 30.

The company is one of the largest domestic steel producers and metals recyclers in the United States.

Shares of the company were unchanged in after-hours trading following the release of the outlook. It added 44 cents to close the regular trading session at $17.24
‘Sterkere financiële positie voor ArcelorMittal’

WOENSDAG 18 SEPTEMBER 2013, 10:09 uur | 1487 keer gelezen

AMSTERDAM ( - ArcelorMittal is het grootste staalbedrijf ter wereld. Het bedrijf wordt sterk beïnvloed door de vraag en productie vanuit China, waar de vraag in 2013 met 4,5 procent is gegroeid. In Europa heeft het concern echter recent 14 van de 30 fabrieken stilgelegd. Gemende berichten dus. Wat kunnen beleggers verwachten voor het aandeel? Tom Muller van Theodoor Gilissen bespreekt het in een rapport dat hij vandaag publiceert.

ArcelorMittal heeft wereldwijd een marktaandeel van 8 procent en een productiecapaciteit van 119 miljoen ton staal per jaar. Wereldwijd wordt de staalmarkt het sterkst beïnvloed door de productie en vraag vanuit China.

‘Hoewel de vraag naar groei in 2013 in Noord Amerika met 1 procent toenam en in China met 4,5 procent, daalde de vraag in Europa met 1,5 procent. Hierdoor zijn 14 van de 30 fabrieken van Arcelor in Europa stilgelegd. Het bedrijf streeft nu naar resultaatsverbetering mede door kostenbeheersing’, zo schrijft de analist.

De resultaten van ArcelorMittal worden volgens Muller sterk beïnvloed door de grondstofkosten van onder andere ijzererts, kolen en olie. Door de grote vraag vanuit China zijn de grondstofprijzen gestegen, maar deze kunnen volgens Muller in Europa niet geheel worden doorberekend. ‘In de komende jaren zullen de jaarlijkse kostenbesparingen van in totaal 3 miljard dollar (in 2015) invloed hebben op het ebitda niveau, dat voor 2013 wordt geschat op 6,5 miljard dollar.’


‘Door de aankoop van ijzerertsmijnen is het bedrijf voor 60 procent zelfvoorzienend geworden in de afgelopen jaren. Daarmee is het bedrijf dus minder afhankelijk van prijsschommelingen’, zo schrijft Muller. Daarnaast stipt hij aan dat de nettoschuldpositie is gedaald van ruim 21 miljard dollar (eind 2012) naar 16,2 miljard dollar (juni 2013). Dit dankzij lagere investeringen, lagere voorraden en de gedeeltelijke verkoop van dochterondernemingen. ‘De winstverbetering die verwacht wordt dankzij de sterke internationale positie, kan zorgen voor een nog lagere nettoschuldpositie. Dit mede dankzij de geschatte ruime vrije kasstroom (2 miljard dollar voor 2013).’


De vergroting van de eigen belangen in ijzererts en kolenmijnen draagt volgens Muller bij aan de operationele marges. Ook de (tijdelijke) sluiting van onrendabele fabrieken en verdere kostenbesparingen, ondersteunen volgens hem de winstgevendheid van ArcelorMittal. Daarnaast heeft het bedrijf een verbeterende financiële positie dankzij de verkoop van onderdelen, de vermindering van investeringen en herstructureringsmaatregelen die samen zorgen voor lagere rentelasten. Uiteindelijk zijn het echter de verbeterende marktomstandigheden in de staalindustrie die zullen moeten zorgen voor de stijging van omzet en resultaat moeten zorgen volgens de analist.


ArcelorMittal keert voor 2013 een dividend van 0,15 euro per aandeel uit. Dit komt neer op ruim 1,4 procent. In 2011 en 2012 lag het dividendrendement nog op ruim 4 procent. Voor 2014 wordt een licht lager dividendrendement verwacht door de analist van Theodoor Gilissen, dankzij een gelijke dividenduitkering maar een nipt hogere koers.

Waar de koers van het aandeel momenteel zo rond de 10,65 euro schommelt, staat het koersdoel van de analist voor ArcelorMittal op 13,50 euro. Hoewel voor het aandeel bij Theodoor Gilissen het advies ‘Aanbevolen’ geldt, is dit een verlaging van het koersdoel. Op 18 april van dit jaar zetten analisten van de bank het koersdoel namelijk nog op 15 euro.

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China steel industry to be in the downturn for 5 to 10 years - Mr Xu Kuangdi

China steel industry face a tough situation since the beginning of this year. As per statistics, China's crude steel production registered a year on year growth of 7.1% in the first seven months of this year, compared to 2.1% in the same period last year. The fast growth in capacity and slow growth in demand lead to oversupply in the marketplaces, which is the cause to slender profit. Average return on sales of steel industry was barely 0.23% in January to July 2013 with main businesses on the verge of losses.

Mr Xu Kuangdi former director from the Chinese Academy of Engineering and President of The Chinese Society for Metals said that the slender profit in steel industry is a combination of developing on expansion and extensive management. Rome was not built in one day. The complexity of causes and the change of internal environment indicates that the difficulties will last in a long time, which might be 5 to 10 years.

China steel industry hasn't seen the worst time yet, which barely enters the late autumn while not chill winter. Overcapacity fails to be resolved fundamentally in the short term and Chinese steel mills might face more challenges in 10 years ahead. The cost of production factors is rising and Chinese government calls for stricter environmental protection. Steel producers are forced to turn to the development mode of restructuring and upgrading instead of meeting market demand with large scale fixed assets investment.

China lies in the stage of economic transformation and steel demand growth slows down. Moreover, world economy is on the way of slow recovery. Oversupply spreads all over the world. Meanwhile, thanks to manufacturing capability of steel equipments, strong construction power and obvious low investment cost, steel industry has lower threshold for access.

How to resolve overcapacity of steel industry should take priority for current and future periods. Backwards and average level capacity represents a significant proportion in the overcapacity of China steel industry, which are less competitive and shall be eliminated as early as possible.

China steel industry should combine administrative means with marketization to reduce redundant capacity, suggested Xu Kuangdi. First, green certification and market access mechanism shall be established according to National Environmental Protection Standard. Second, based on strict energy saving and emission reduction indicators, multistep environmental tax shall be levied on the emission load.

Source -
China steel information centre and industry database
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