|Last Price$12.19||Day Change (%)2.09%|
|Open Price$11.99||Day Change ($)0.25|
|Day Range11.92–12.36||52-Week Range7.63–12.36|
As of Tue 03/11/2014 05:06 PM EST | USD
Alcoa Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Klaus Kleinfeld to Present at BMO Capital Markets 23rd Global Metals & Mining Conference
A slowing auto-sales growth rate is why I am less bullish than most observers about overall GDP growth in 2014.
Lower commodity prices and a break-up of the European potash cartel have weighed on basic materials stocks year-to-date.
The iconic index is about to experience some big changes, but its quality tilt remains firmly intact.
With everyone focused on Washington, there seems to be little concern about the fundamental strength of the economy.
Once seen as an accurate barometer of the state of corporate America, Alcoa has lost its relevance to stock market watchers.
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Investors remained focused on moats and income in April, while plummeting gold prices raised interest in gold-focused ETFs.
Plus, Alcoa rebounds, Mills comes clean, and more.