United States Steel (X) drops 8.00% to high volume on September 17
United States Steel Corp. (NYSE: X), a Pittsburgh, Pa., Company closed at $ 23.36 on Friday after losing $ 2.03 (8.00%) on volume of 52,320,599 shares. The stock ranged from a high of $ 24.98 to a low of $ 23.11, while United States Steel’s market cap now stands at $ 6,310,204,026.
United States Steel currently has approximately 29,800 employees.
About United States Steel Corp.
Founded in 1901, the United States Steel Corporation is a Fortune 250 company and a leading integrated steel producer. With significant iron ore production and an annual crude steel manufacturing capacity of 26.2 million net tons, US Steel manufactures high value-added steel products for the automotive, infrastructure, household appliances, containers and energy. The company’s Best of BothSM integrated technology and mini-steel strategy advances a safer and more sustainable future for US Steel and its stakeholders. With a renewed focus on innovation and customer focus, the company manufactures advanced products such as US Steel’s proprietary XG3 ™ advanced high strength steel. US Steel is headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, and has world-class operations in the United States and Central Europe.
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