ArcelorMittal


Q3 19 not bad, but still low visibility going forward

07/11/19 -"Q3 19 above consensus at the EBITDA level. Production cuts/cost-cutting rather efficient. Low visibility going forward. Deleveraging on the cards. The market appreciates the failure of the Ilva ..."

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