The Dow kicked out Bank of America, Alcoa, and Hewlett-Packard in September. All three stocks have moved on to absolutely crush the reformed Dow's market performance.
By Soha Group: After listening to the full webcast of Alcoa's (AA) investor day on November 7, I wanted to share my impressions and take-aways. Alcoa's stock price has ticked up over the last few weeks and diverged from the trend in aluminum prices. Show More Summary
Paula Davis, former President, Alcoa Foundation and Vice President, Alcoa Inc., current Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Harman International, talks about her career, inspiration and recent accomplishments in our Women in CSR series. The post Women in CSR: Paula Davis, Alcoa Foundation appeared first on Triple Pundit: People, Planet, Profit.
By Balanced Investing: The recent oversupply of primary and fabricated aluminum is driving down the revenue of aluminum producers resulting in lower industrial profits. In September and November of 2013, the prices fell to their lowest level since 2010. Show More Summary
Analysts shift stance on AOL, Caterpillar, and Alcoa.
Does this analyst make a good case? Or is it just more noise from Wall Street?
Metals have been a poor investment in the wake of the financial crisis. Can Alcoa (AA) finally turn its fortunes around?
The metal's market might be tarnished at the moment, but it's got some shiny future growth prospects.
By Achilles Research: Alcoa's (AA) shares spiked in the last weeks due to speculation that aluminum prices will rise in the future and positively influence Alcoa's profitability. After all, aluminum prices had been consolidating over...Show More Summary
By Alpha Strategist: A decline in aluminum prices have negatively affected margins of the companies like Alcoa Inc. (AA), Aluminum Corporation of China Limited (ACH) and Alumina Ltd. (AWC). Alcoa is amongst the 70% of aluminum companies that are managing to report profits. Show More Summary
Here are some facts from Peter Eavis's good, skeptical curtain raiser on the Twitter IPO in today's New York Times: "worth more than many storied American corporations, like Alcoa and Harley-Davidson," "has racked up more than $300 million of losses in the last three years -- and may not show real profits until 2015," "The company could start trading with...
By SA Editor Miriam Metzinger: Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round segment of Jim Cramer's Mad Money Program, Tuesday November 5. Bullish Calls: Alcoa (AA): "Ever since they reported, that stock has been creeping up, step by step, inch by inch. Show More Summary
Wells Fargo, Staples, Bank of America and Alcoa are among the companies to exclusively use e-Stewards recyclers to ensure toxic electronic wastes are not exported to developing countries, processed with child or prison labor, or dumped in solid waste landfills, the standard and certification organization says. This week marks the launch of the e-Stewards Standard […]
Student research in Russia funded by the Alcoa Foundation Advancing Sustainability Research program has found a new use for a plant called myriad-leaf: industrial pollution cleanup. The post Russian Students Advance the Science of Pollution-Cleaning Plants appeared first on Triple Pundit: People, Planet, Profit.
In early September it was announced that the Dow Jones Industrial Average (INDEXDJX:.DJI) would swap Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) Alcoa (NYSE:AA) and Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ) with Nike (NYSE:NKE) Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) and Visa (NYSE:V)...Show More Summary
A wheelchair-bound jewelry store owner in Alcoa, Tenn. allegedly shot a robber and held two men at gun point until police arrived on Oct. 23. Suspects Jordan Echols and Steven Cash, got no cash, WBIR reported. They did however, get a...Show More Summary
By Arsene Lupin: After several months (even years) of what has seemed like a 'slow death' stock (see chart below), Alcoa (AA) has regained life in a big way. After uncomfortably oscillating in a channel between $7.50 and $8.50, exploded over the last two weeks. Show More Summary
ByGary Jakacky: In an earlier article, I made clear that the recent substitution of Alcoa (AA), Bank of America (BAC) and Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) with Nike (NKE), Visa (V) and Goldman Sachs (GS) in the Dow Jones Industrial Average was likely to be of very little concern to long-term investors. Show More Summary