United States Steel Corporation (X)

26.03
+0.34(+1.32%)
  • Volume:
    5,848,022
  • Day's Range:
    25.55 - 26.16
  • 52 wk Range:
    17.98 - 39.25

X Overview

Prev. Close
25.69
Day's Range
25.55-26.16
Revenue
21.85B
Open
25.95
52 wk Range
17.98-39.25
EPS
17.26
Volume
5,848,022
Market Cap
6.79B
Dividend (Yield)
0.20
(0.78%)
Average Vol. (3m)
16,122,551
P/E Ratio
1.49
Beta
2.03
1-Year Change
4.13%
Shares Outstanding
260,634,961
Next Earnings Date
Aug 04, 2022
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United States Steel Corporation News

  • United States Steel Earnings, Revenue Miss in Q1
    • ByInvesting.com-

    Investing.com - United States Steel (NYSE:X) reported on Thursday first quarter earnings that missed analysts' forecasts and revenue that fell short of expectations. United...

  • U.S. Steel Tops Q1 EPS by 10c
    • ByInvesting.com-

    U.S. Steel (X) reported Q1 EPS of $3.05, $0.10 better than the analyst estimate of $2.95. Revenue for the quarter came in at $5.23 billion versus the consensus estimate of $5.27...

United States Steel Corporation Analysis

United States Steel Corporation Company Profile

United States Steel Corporation Company Profile

Sector
Materials
Employees
24540

United States Steel Corporation (U.S Steel) is an integrated steel producer, which is engaged in producing and selling steel products, including flat-rolled and tubular products, in North America and Europe. The Company’s operations in the United States also include iron ore and coke production facilities and real estate operations. Its operations in Europe also include coke production facilities. It operates through four segments: North American Flat-Rolled (Flat-Rolled), Mini Mill, U.S. Steel Europe (USSE); and Tubular Products (Tubular). The Company owns approximately 45,000 acres of real estate assets, either held for development or managed, in Alabama, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota and Pennsylvania. It performs a range of applied research, development, and technical support functions at facilities in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Texas and Slovakia. It serves customers primarily in the automotive, construction, consumer, electrical, industrial equipment, distribution and energy markets.

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  • underperforms steel yesterday, and now is red 4% when steel is green. the stock MAKES STEEL. Any increase in STEEL price increases PROFIT MARGINS. It trades at 0.3 P/S!!! ********IS WRONG WITH YOU. WHO CARES APPLE IS DROPPING
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    • Even if this stock is cheap, it may be sold as collateral for other stocks or cryptocurrencies. When the market is panicking, the reason for selling doesn't matter.
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  • oh dont forget to sell it down red 4% when steall is green. joke market, joke traders, joke funds.
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    • yes buy up tesla, buy up SHOP, buy up AMD, but sell this at 0.7 P/B, 0.3 P/S, and 2 forward PE. you are all jokes.
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      • biggest fraud this morning. steel up 2%.
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        • Maybe, it is the last dump before soaring up to 30
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      • If the market price of iron is soaring, a 2-3 PE does not necessarily indicate that the company is cheap.
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        • it does at 0.7 book value
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      • Many people aren't as smart as the people I'm writing here, so it seems like it will take some time for the stock valuation to change.
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        • obscenely undervalued. Company should buy itself.
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          • we have fraud still rampant on wall st
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            • So much so, I'm not sure what you're talking about, specifically
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          • X sells steel mostly on iternal market. current PE of 2. this is a cash machine......what's wrong with people????/
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            • We are in a downtrend. PE... Value, growth stocks worth less. Cash going out and it takes time (2-3 years) for stocks to go up
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          • This will crash to 10
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