$AA

Alcoa Corp

  • NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INC.
  • Non-Energy Minerals
  • Aluminum
  • Manufacturing
  • Alumina Refining and Primary Aluminum Production

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$27.75 -

Extented Hours

VOLUME

6,720,750

DAY RANGE

27.26 - 27.841

52 WEEK

22.97 - 55.08

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Investing.com -- U.S. stocks were falling on Thursday, continuing the previous session’s sharp selloff in the wake of the surprise U.S. downgrade and ahead of earnings from tech bellwether Apple and e-commerce giant Amazon. At 9:49 ET (13:49 GMT), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 116 points, or 0.3%, while the S&P 500 was down 0.4% and the NASDAQ Composite was down 0.1%. The benchmark Wall Street indices closed with hefty losses Wednesday after Fitch downgraded the U.S. government’s credit rating to AA+ from AAA late Tuesday, citing likely fiscal deterioration over the next three years as well as the usual protracted debt ceiling negotiations. Apple, Amazon dominate earnings slate While sentiment remains fragile, the focus Thursday is likely to be on Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), the largest company in the world according to market capitalization, and online retail behemoth Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) as they are scheduled to announce their quarterly earnings, in what has already been a busy week of corporate results. Apple is likely to report a third straight quarter of declining revenue, with details about its current quarter, which ends in September, likely to be in focus. Investors may also be interested if the iPhone maker has any plans to integrate artificial intelligence into its operations. At Amazon, the group's key cloud computing division will be in the spotlight, with the retail giant having previously flagged that a deceleration in growth in the prior quarter at the unit, Amazon Web Services, continued into April. Brewing giant Anheuser-Busch InBev (EBR:ABI) rose 1.7% after beating expectations, while chipmaker Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) stock slumped almost 10% with a current-quarter revenue forecast that was below market estimates. DoorDash (NYSE:DASH) stock rose more than 1.7% after the delivery firm raised its annual core profit forecast for a second time and posted an upbeat quarterly revenue as groceries and food orders jumped. Weekly jobless claims data due There is more labor market data to digest Thursday, in the form of the weekly initial jobless claims, ahead of Friday’s July payrolls report. Data released Wednesday showed that U.S. private payrolls increased more than expected in July, jumping by 324,000 jobs last month, according to the ADP National Employment report. The Federal Reserve next meets in September and will be studying this incoming data in order to inform their future interest rate decisions. Crude stabilized after U.S. inventories slump Oil prices stabilized Thursday after the previous session’s sharp losses in the wake of the U.S. downgrade, helped by a record drop in U.S. inventories which indicated a substantial tightening in crude markets. Official data, released Wednesday, showed that U.S. crude inventories shrank by over 17 million barrels in the week to July 28 - the biggest drop recorded in data stretching back to 1982. The U.S. crude rose 1% to $80.31 a barrel, while Brent rose 0.9% to $83.92. Additionally, gold futures fell 0.4% to $1,967. (Oliver Gray and Peter Nurse contributed to this article.)

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By Davide Barbuscia (Reuters) - Rating agency Fitch on Tuesday downgraded the U.S. government's top credit rating, a move that drew an angry response from the White House and surprised investors, coming despite the resolution of the debt ceiling crisis two months ago. Traders' immediate response was to embark on a safe-haven push out of stocks and into government bonds and the dollar. Fitch downgraded the United States to AA+ from AAA, citing fiscal deterioration over the next three years and repeated down-the-wire debt ceiling negotiations that threaten the government’s ability to pay its bills. Fitch had first flagged the possibility of a downgrade in May, then maintained that position in June after the debt ceiling crisis was resolved, saying it intended to finalize the review in the third quarter of this year. With the downgrade, it becomes the second major rating agency after Standard & Poor’s to strip the United States of its triple-A rating. Fitch's move came two months after Democratic President Joe Biden and the Republican-controlled House of Representatives reached a debt ceiling agreement that lifted the government's $31.4 trillion borrowing limit, ending months of political brinkmanship. "In Fitch's view, there has been a steady deterioration in standards of governance over the last 20 years, including on fiscal and debt matters, notwithstanding the June bipartisan agreement to suspend the debt limit until January 2025," the rating agency said in a statement. U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen disagreed with Fitch's downgrade, in a statement that called it "arbitrary and based on outdated data." The White House had a similar view, saying it "strongly disagrees with this decision". "It defies reality to downgrade the United States at a moment when President Biden has delivered the strongest recovery of any major economy in the world," said White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. REPUTATIONAL DENT Analysts said the move shows the depth of harm caused to the United States by repeated rounds of contentious debate over the debt ceiling, which pushed the nation to the brink of default in May. "This basically tells you the U.S. government’s spending is a problem," said Steven Ricchiuto, U.S. chief economist at Mizuho Securities USA. Fitch said repeated political standoffs and last-minute resolutions over the debt limit have eroded confidence in fiscal management. Michael Schulman, chief investment officer at Running Point Capital Advisors said the "U.S. overall will be seen as strong but I think it’s a little chink in our armor." "It is a dent against the U.S. reputation and standing," said Schulman. Others expressed surprise at the timing, even though Fitch had flagged the possibility. "I don't understand how they (Fitch) have worse information now than before the debt ceiling crisis was resolved," said Wendy Edelberg, director of The Hamilton Project At The Brookings Institution in Washington D.C. U.S. stock futures dropped in European trading, suggesting the benchmark indices could open sharply lower later on. The yield on the benchmark U.S. Treasury note fell 2 basis points on the day to 4.03%, while the cost of insuring U.S. sovereign debt against default held largely unchanged on the day, reflecting a sense of calm among investors about the longer-term impact of the downgrade. "I don't think you are going to see too many investors, especially those with a long-term investment strategy saying I should sell stocks because Fitch took us from AAA to AA+," said Jason Ware, chief investment officer at Albion Financial Group. Investors use credit ratings to assess the risk profile of companies and governments when they raise financing in debt capital markets. Generally, the lower a borrower's rating, the higher its financing costs. "This was unexpected, kind of came from left field," said Keith Lerner, co-chief investment officer at Truist Advisory Services in Atlanta. "As far as the market impact, it's uncertain right now. The market is at a point where it's somewhat vulnerable to bad news." LIMITED IMPACT In a previous debt ceiling crisis in 2011, Standard & Poor's cut the top "AAA" rating by one notch a few days after a debt ceiling deal, citing political polarization and insufficient steps to right the nation's fiscal outlook. Its rating is still "AA-plus" - its second highest. After that downgrade, U.S. stocks tumbled and the impact of the rating cut was felt across global stock markets, which were in the throes of the euro zone financial meltdown. In May, Fitch had placed its "AAA" rating of U.S. sovereign debt on watch for a possible downgrade, citing downside risks, including political brinkmanship and a growing debt burden. A Moody's (NYSE:MCO) Analytics report from May said a downgrade of Treasury debt would set off a cascade of credit implications and downgrades on the debt of many other institutions. Other analysts had pointed to risks that another downgrade by a major rating agency could affect investment portfolios that hold top-rated securities. Raymond James analyst Ed Mills, however, said on Tuesday he did not anticipate markets to react significantly to the news. "My understanding has been that after the S&P downgrade a lot of these contracts were reworked to say 'triple-A' or 'government-guaranteed', and so the government guarantee is more important than the Fitch rating," he said. Others echoed that view. "Overall, this announcement is much more likely to be dismissed than have a lasting disruptive impact on the U.S. economy and markets," Mohamed El-Erian, President at Queens' College, said in a LinkedIn post.

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Fitch cuts US credit rating to AA+; Treasury calls it 'arbitrary'

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**Market Update – August 2: U.S. rating downgraded at Fitch** US stock futures fell Tuesday night after Fitch downgraded the US’s long-term rating to AA+ from AAA Tuesday night, citing ”an erosion of governance and expected fiscal deterioration over the next three years”. The agency called out brinksmanship in Washington around debt ceiling negotiations earlier this year. https://analysis.hfeu.com/en-eu/717163/

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wo fndet man solche informationen? investing? > @ttt_financial said: Das LΓ€nderrating der USA wurde von Fitch von AAA auf AA+ gesenkt.

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Das LΓ€nderrating der USA wurde von Fitch von AAA auf AA+ gesenkt.

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Fitch Ratings ha abbassato il rating di default a lungo termine in valuta estera degli Stati Uniti a AA+ da AAA, sottolineando il "previsto deterioramento fiscale nei prossimi tre anni", l'erosione della governance e il crescente onere del debito generale.

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Investing.com - European stock markets are expected to open lower Wednesday on concerns about slowing growth, while risk sentiment has also been hit by the surprise downgrade to the U.S.’s top-tier sovereign rating by Fitch. At 02:00 ET (06:00 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded 1% lower, CAC 40 futures in France dropped 0.8% and the FTSE 100 futures contract in the U.K. fell 0.5%. Fitch downgrades U.S. credit rating Fitch downgraded the United States to AA+ from AAA late Tuesday, citing likely fiscal deterioration over the next three years and repeated down-to-the-wire debt ceiling negotiations that threaten the government’s ability to pay its bills. The rating agency had first mentioned the possibility of a downgrade in May, but this announcement came as something of a surprise given it maintained its rating in June after the U.S. debt ceiling crisis was resolved. This decision brought a sharp response from the U.S. government, with Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen calling it "arbitrary and based on outdated data." The long term impact of this decision is debatable, but over the short term U.S. bond yields fell as investors, somewhat ironically, sought the safety of U.S. sovereign debt, while equities retreated in Asia, and are likely to do the same in Europe. Eurozone manufacturing activity weakens Confidence in European markets had already been hit by the release Tuesday of disappointing manufacturing activity data, suggesting the eurozone economy was set for a bumpy ride in the second half of the year. The final eurozone manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index fell to 42.7 in July from June's 43.4, its lowest since May 2020, suggesting this sector remains in recession. The economic data slate is largely empty in Europe Wednesday, but investors may also be keeping an eye on the political turmoil in the U.S., with former President Donald Trump charged late Tuesday with conspiracy to defraud the U.S. and other crimes related to his efforts to overturn his 2020 presidential election loss. Siemens Healthineers reports drop in quarterly profit Back in Europe, medical device maker Siemens Healthineers (ETR:SHLG) reported a drop in quarterly operating profit and free cash flow due to the tailing-off of its rapid COVID-19 antigen test business. Quarterly results are also expected from the likes of consumer healthcare company Haleon (LON:HLN) and aerospace firm BAE Systems (LON:BAES). Crude prices rise after record U.S. inventories draw Oil prices rose Wednesday, near to their highest levels since April, after industry data pointed to a hefty fall in U.S. inventories, indicating robust demand from the world's biggest fuel consumer. Data from the American Petroleum Institute, released on Tuesday, showed that U.S. crude inventories shrank by 15.4 million barrels in the week to July 28, the largest draw seen in data stretching back to 1982. Official data, from the Energy Information Administration, are due later in this session, for confirmation. By 02:00 ET, the U.S. crude traded 1% higher at $82.22 a barrel, while the Brent contract climbed 1% to $85.77. Additionally, gold futures rose 0.4% to $1,985.70/oz, while EUR/USD traded 0.1% higher at 1.0994.

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US downgraded to AA+ by Fitch. Yellen "strongly disagrees." Is Fitch as impactful as Standard & Poors?

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I should have took a crack on $AA too much going yesterday

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similair $AA DUMPSTER DIVE PLAY

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Top Earnings Wed 4/19 Aft: $AA $BANR $BDN $CALX $CCI $CNS $DFS $EFX $EGBN $FFIV $FNB $FR $GSBC $IBM $KMI $LBRT $LRCX $LVS $MCRI $MIND $MMLP $NBHC $REXR $RLI $SLG $STLD $TSLA $WTFC $ZION Top Earnings Th 4/20 Pre: $ALK $AXP $AN $BMI $BANC $BCBP $BHLB $BX $CMA $DHI $EWBC $FITB $FOR $GPC $HRI $HFWA $HOMB $HBAN $IIIN $IRDN $KEY $LANV $MAN $MMC $NOK $NUE $OFG $PM $POOL $RAD $STBA $SASR $SNT $SNA $SPCB $SNV $T $TSM $TCBI $TFC $UNP $VIRT $WSO $WBS > @AJAJ said: next week looks like nvm .. too long time to worry about. TSLA tonight

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anche io stavo addosso aa Diasorin...MA COME strategia Decaroliana insegna.... siamo intoppati qui...

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**ECONOMIA GLODALE - Il presidente turco Erdogan: la Turchia Γ¨ pronta a mediare un accordo di pace tra Ucraina e Russia - AA. I prezzi dell'energia e il free cash flow del settore upstream del petrolio e del gas non raggiungeranno i livelli del 2022 nel 2023.

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**TURCHIA - Il presidente turco Erdogan:** la Turchia Γ¨ pronta a mediare un accordo di pace tra Ucraina e Russia - AA.

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RECAP 12/12 Unusual Calls: $GSK Feb 38 C $F Jun 17 C $PINS Jan 30 C $ERIC Jan 7 C $DUK Jan 105 C RECAP 12/12 Unusual Puts: $UBS Feb 17.5 P $BABA Dec30 85/77 P $FORG Apr 20 P $U Dec30 25 P $VIX Feb 21 P $AA Jul 30 P

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**REGNO UNITO - Fitch Ratings conferma UK e BoE ad AA-. Prospettive negative.** **Fitch Ratings:** le previsioni indicano un aumento del debito pubblico e importanti rischi fiscali derivanti dal deterioramento delle prospettive macroeconomiche del Regno Unito, in particolare a seguito del grave shock energetico.

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**FRANCIA - S&P:** Le prospettive della Francia sono state riviste in negativo a causa dei crescenti rischi di bilancio. L'outlook della Francia Γ¨ stato rivisto in negativo a causa dei crescenti rischi di bilancio. Confermati i rating AA/A-1+. Nel 2023-2025, il debito pubblico della Francia rimarrΓ  al di sopra del 110% del PIL.

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geez $AA got stopped on a long there wednesday unfortunately

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Analisi Forex:

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Analisi materie prime:

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Analisi titoli azionari:

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Analisi indici:

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$AA on verge of a breakout of a box

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RECAP 10/28 Unusual Calls: $BEKE Jan 15 C $AMZN Nov 103 C $AA Mar 45/50 C Spd $NCLH Nov04 16.5 C $WBA Nov04 37.5 C $RITM Nov 9 C $COP Nov 145 C $XPEV Mar 10 C $DVN Nov 90 C

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let's gooo > @singletary said: $AA held of red test

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$AA held of red test

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$nvda $rblx $pdd $AA just some daily watches

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Key Metrics

Market Cap

4.99 B

Beta

2.36

Avg. Volume

5.52 M

Shares Outstanding

178.47 M

Yield

1.42%

Public Float

0

Next Earnings Date

2024-04-17

Next Dividend Date

Company Information

alcoa (nyse: aa) is a global industry leader in bauxite, alumina and aluminum products, with a strong portfolio of value-added cast and rolled products and substantial energy assets. alcoa is built on a foundation of strong values and operating excellence dating back nearly 130 years to the world-changing discovery that made aluminum an affordable and vital part of modern life. since inventing the aluminum industry, and throughout our history, our talented alcoans have followed on with breakthrough innovations and best practices that have led to efficiency, safety, sustainability and stronger communities wherever we operate.

CEO: Roy Harvey

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HQ: 201 Isabella St Ste 500 Pittsburgh, 15212-5873 Pennsylvania

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