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Paul Singer Buys 5% Active Stake In Alcoa Inc., Calls It 'Undervalued'

Paul Singer (Trades, Portfolio), founder of hedge fund Elliott Management, took an active stake of 67,064,200 shares in Alcoa (NYSE:AA), a company trading below book value, on Nov. 12, securities filings released today show. Elliott’s stake gives him ownership 5.1% of the company’s shares, which he called “dramatically undervalued by the [...]

Hedge Fund Elliott Management: Alcoa Looks ‘Dramatically Undervalued’

Hedge fund manager Paul Singer thinks Alcoa (AA) is undervalued and just backed up his view with cold, hard cash. Singer's hedge fund, Elliott Management, disclosed a 6.4% ownership stake in the largest U.S. aluminum producer in a filing with regulators on Monday. Show More Summary

Billionaire activist Paul Singer has taken a big stake in Alcoa (AA)

Elliott Management, the $27 billion hedge fund let by Paul Singer, has taken a large stake in aluminum maker Alcoa. According to CNBC's David Faber, Elliott now holds a 6.5% stake in the company. The stock was last trading up 2.9% at $8.96 per share. Show More Summary

The Terrible Legacy of Unenforced Trade Laws

Over the past several weeks, as Alcoa and Century cut aluminum production nationwide, James Markus, a 23-year-veteran aluminum worker, acutely felt the pain of those laid off. That’s because just two years ago, in October of 2013, Markus and 750 fellow aluminum workers lost their jobs at Ormet when the Hannibal, Ohio, smelter closed. Show More Summary

The Investment Opportunity In Killing Alcoa's Faux Strategy

Alcoa claims that its split will "unlock value." Long-term investors should ignore this and focus on two critical questions.

Alcoa Innovates Customer Relationships

Can you make it work? was the challenge Pratt & Whitney brought to Alcoa for a radically new engine design in 2009. What emerged five years later is a case history about the innovation made possible by supplier relationships that work as partnerships. “We regularly push the boundaries of physics, but [...]

A 127-year-old industry collapses

Alcoa’s latest aluminum-making cutback is signaling the end of the iconic American industry. ||| New York - Alcoa’s latest aluminum-making cutback is signaling the end of the iconic American industry. For 127 years, the New York-based...Show More Summary

Alcoa to curb production capacity

Group to curtail smelting and refining capacity in US in a bid to ease cost pressures.

Better Off Alone: Alcoa's Largest Divisions Part Ways

Alcoa Inc. is on track to be this year’s biggest trendsetter with its decision to split into two separate, publicly-traded entities. One of the entities will be comprised of the legacy smelting and refining business, while the other will be focused on the company’s downstream/precision manufacturing business, serving the auto [...]

Dozens more companies sign U.S. pledge on climate change: White House

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - More than 60 global companies, including Alcoa Inc, General Electric Co and Procter & Gamble, have joined onto a U.S.-sponsored pledge supporting action to combat climate change, the White House said on Monday...

Alcoa Q3 Earnings Review: Productivity Improvements Partially Offset Impact Of Weak Aluminum Prices

The company reported an 11% year-over-year decline in revenues to $5.57 billion, due to a combination of divestments, smelting capacity closures and weak aluminum pricing, partially offset by rising revenues from the companies value-added segments, as a result of a combination of acquisitions and organic growth. Show More Summary

With Alcoa's Split, A Faux Strategy Bites The Dust

Alcoa's vertical integration "strategy" was just plain ole diversification. It was more a faux strategy than a real one.

Wall Street flat after Alcoa results

Weak earnings from Alcoa fail to dampen market aided by petroleum shares.

US stocks rise despite Alcoa slide

Weak earnings from Alcoa fail to dampen market aided by petroleum shares.

US stocks flat as Alcoa falls

Wall Street little changed with Alcoa results offset by higher petroleum shares.

Global Stocks Wrap Solid Week With Push From Commodities, Low Interest Rates

U.S. stocks could get a boost from upbeat global sentiment, although the prospects for uncertain Federal Reserve interest rate policy, and a potentially sketchy earnings season after Alcoa (AA) warned about China, could keep a lid on gains. Some traders could turn a touch defensive in the final day of [...]

Alcoa profit misses estimates

Alcoa’s earnings fall short of analysts’ estimates after the price of aluminium dips for a fourth straight quarter. ||| New York - Alcoa, suffering under the weight of a global aluminium glut, reported earnings that missed analysts’ estimates after the price of the metal fell for a fourth straight quarter. Show More Summary

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

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