Mechel traded at $2.25 this Friday February 25th, decreasing $0 or 0 percent since the previous trading session. Looking back, over the last four weeks, Mechel lost 10.36 percent. Over the last 12 months, its price rose by 22.95 percent. Looking ahead, we forecast Mechel to be priced at 2.04 by the end of this quarter and at 1.53 in one year, according to Trading Economics global macro models projections and analysts expectations.


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Peers Price Day Year
Ampco Pittsburgh 3.90 0.03 0.78% -36.27%
Allegheny Technologies 22.33 -0.38 -1.67% 6.84%
Severstal 830.00 0 0% -47.27%
Cliffs Natural Resources 15.76 0.39 2.54% -29.55%
Commercial Metals 33.81 0.71 2.15% 9.52%
Carpenter Technology 27.40 -0.51 -1.83% -29.83%
Haynes International 32.01 -0.76 -2.32% -8.80%
Labrador Iron Ore 28.35 -0.84 -2.88% -40.65%
ArcelorMittal 21.63 0.12 0.53% -18.33%
Schnitzer Steel Industries 32.31 -0.53 -1.61% -33.89%
SunCoke Energy 6.78 -0.03 -0.44% -5.83%
TimkenSteel 18.43 -0.28 -1.50% 32.88%
Universal Stainless Alloy Products 7.20 -0.20 -2.70% -31.56%
Worthington Industries 44.02 -0.08 -0.18% -27.65%
United States Steel 17.91 0 0% -25.65%
Olympic Steel 26.03 0.28 1.09% -12.42%


Mechel
Mechel PAO, formerly Mechel OAO, is a holding company. The Company operates in the mining, steel and power industry segments. Its segments include Steel segment, comprising production and sales of semi-finished steel products, carbon and specialty long products, carbon and stainless flat products, and value-added downstream metal products, including forgings, stampings, and hardware, and ferrosilicon; Mining segment, comprising production and sales of coal (coking and steam), and middlings, coke and chemical products, and iron ore, which supplies raw materials to the Steel and Power segments, and also sells raw materials to third parties, and Power segment, comprising generation and sales of electricity and heat power, which supplies electricity and heat power to the Steel and Mining segments, and also sells a portion of electricity and heat power to third parties. It has freight seaports in Russia on the Sea of Japan and on the Sea of Azov, and a freight river port on the Kama River.