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Alcoa will kick off Earnings Season

Alcoa delivers earnings this afternoon. The world awaits. Aloca Inc (AA) has disappointed the Street many times. More often than not the company balks its earnings call and down goes the stock. The only hope going for them is if they...Show More Summary

Industrial giant Alcoa has bad news about China (AA)

There's more bad news about China. Industrial giant Alcoa on Thursday reported earnings that missed on the top and bottom lines. But additionally, the company downgraded its expectations for all but one of its major segments in the world's...Show More Summary

Alcoa earnings fall short of forecasts

Earnings season starts with a whimper in the US as aluminium giant reports profit drop.

Do You See What Happens, Alcoa, When Your "Restructuring" Non-GAAP Addbacks Tumble

Moments ago, the company that traditionally kicks off earnings season did just that, and sent the ball into a throw in. The reason: just like all the other companies that have reported and pre-reported so far in the third quarter, its...Show More Summary

LIVE: Alcoa reports earnings (AA, DJUSAL)

Welcome to third-quarter earnings season. Aluminum giant Alcoa will release its third quarter results after the market close on Thursday. Analysts estimate that the company generated revenues of $5.64 billion, and adjusted earnings per share of $0.13, according to Bloomberg. Show More Summary

Alcoa Starts Earnings Quarter That Street Thinks May Be Ugliest in 6 Years

Shares of select companies including Alcoa (AA) whose fortunes tend to rise and fall with commodities have been flogged this year. That’s because prices for everything grown or pulled from the ground have dropped steeply amid economic pullback and government action in China, weak fiscal trends in Japan and Europe, [...]

Alcoa Earnings Preview: Productivity Improvements To Partially Offset Impact Of Weak Aluminum Prices

Alcoa will release its third quarter results and conduct a conference call with analysts on Thursday, October 8.The prevailing weakness in aluminum prices is expected to negatively impact the company’s results. However, the company's...Show More Summary

Wall Street has set up the perfect excuse to push stock prices higher (SPY, SPX, DJI, IXIC, QQQ, NKE, ORCL, CCL, AA)

Wall Street has once again engineered the perfect scenario to push stocks higher. Third-quarter earnings season unofficially starts on Thursday when aluminum giant Alcoa reports results, and s trategists including Goldman Sachs' David...Show More Summary

As Commodity Prices Slide, Layoffs And Restructurings Follow

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So far, most Americans have benefited from falling commodity prices: Consumer inflation has remained low. But now the pain is spreading as companies like Caterpillar and Alcoa respond to hard times.

What Ford’s New Deal With Alcoa Means For The Company

Ford invested close to $2 billion in the retooling of its Dearborn and Kansas City factories. But after months of downtime in its factories and a long drawn out release of its new vehicles, sales were down 7% compared to the previous year. Show More Summary

Alcoa’s Portfolio Transformation Process To Lead To Separation Of Upstream & Value-Added Businesses

Alcoa has announced that it will split into two publicly traded companies in the second half of 2016, a step that is the culmination of the company’s ongoing product portfolio transformation. This move will separate the company’s upstream commodity businesses from its value-added business segments. Show More Summary

Alcoa to Separate into Two Companies

Lightweight metals manufacturer and recycler Alcoa has adopted a plan to separate into two publicly traded companies. The Upstream Company will comprise five strong business units that make up Alcoa’s Global Primary Products: Bauxite, Alumina, Aluminum, Casting and Energy. Show More Summary

Alcoa Joins The Break-Up Party With Glencore Likely To Follow

Breaking up is proving to be the favored option of mining companies under financial pressure as Alcoa joins BHP Billiton in a voluntary division, and with Glencore drifting towards an involuntary split. Others could follow. Anglo American, Rio Tinto and Vale are under the same pressure to cut costs as low commodity prices destroy profits [...]

Can the new Alcoa add up?

For most of its 127 years, Alcoa has done only two things. Now Klaus Kleinfeld wants to change that. ||| New York - For most of its 127 years, Alcoa has done two things: it’s made aluminium, and it’s made stuff out of aluminium. Now Klaus Kleinfeld wants to change that with a bold - and potentially risky - plan to cleave the aluminium giant in two. Show More Summary

The shinier side to Alcoa's demerger

Amid a depressed market for metals, Alcoa's decision to separate its commodities division from its manufacturing business is logical, and could even create shareholder value.

Alcoa decides to split

Alcoa plans to separate its plane and car parts business from its traditional aluminium-smelting operations. ||| Chicago - Alcoa said on Monday it will break itself in two, separating a faster growing plane and car parts business from traditional aluminium smelting operations as shareholders seek higher returns amid a commodity slump. Show More Summary

Alcoa split unlikely to affect Aust business

Planned split into two companies not likely to affect aluminium group's Australian operations.

Sharp Fall for the Market, Mirroring a Global Slump

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Materials and mining companies had the biggest declines in midday trading. Alcoa shares were up after it said it would split in two.

Wall Street tumbles on China fears

Investors downbeat as decline in Chinese industrial profits offsets Alcoa merger plans.

US stocks dip on Chinese data

Investors downbeat as decline in Chinese industrial profits offsets Alcoa merger plans.

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