Metals
Minerals
Mining

Cleveland-Cliffs

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+$0.10 (1.07%) Today
-$0.05 (-0.53%) After Hours

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About

Cleveland-Cliffs Inc., also called Cleveland-Cliffs, is an iron ore mining company. It supplies iron ore pellets to the North American steel industry from mines and pellet plants located in Michigan and Minnesota. Read More It operates through the following segments: Mining & Pelletizing and Metallics. The Mining & Pelletizing segment owns operational iron ore mines plus and indefinitely idled mine. The Metallics segment constructs an HBI production plant in Toledo, Ohio. The company was founded in 1847 and is headquartered in Cleveland, OH.

Employees
2,926
Headquarters
Cleveland, Ohio
Founded
1847
Market Cap
2.74B
Price-Earnings Ratio
2.59
Dividend Yield
0.65
Average Volume
10.24M
High Today
$9.67
Low Today
$9.38
Open Price
$9.51
Volume
2.73M
52 Week High
$13.10
52 Week Low
$6.50

Collections

Metals
Minerals
Mining
Materials
Steel
US
North America

News

Seeking AlphaMar 25

Cleveland-Cliffs: Downside Is The Time To Consider Entry

Lately, I've been getting questions on Cleveland-Cliffs' (CLF) share price performance and the perspectives of the company. This is hardly a surprise since the stock is sliding once again: Here's what I think of the recent developments, both fundamentally and technically. 1. I believe that there are two main reasons for the current downtrend in Cliffs' shares. The stock is known for its volatility, so once the short-term uptrend ends, momentum traders close their positions while short sellers pile in. The...

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ForbesMar 14

Is Cleveland-Cliffs Fairly Valued?

Cleveland-Cliffs (NYSE: CLF), one of the leading iron ore miners in the US, saw its stock price decrease by more than 15% in the last one month.

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The Motley FoolMar 13

3 Stocks Value Investors Should Love

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Earnings

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$2.03
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