BlueScope Steel (BSL)
BlueScope Steel Ltd. manufactures pre-engineered steel building and supplies premium metallic coated and painted steel building products. It operates through five segments: Australian Steel Products, New Zealand and Pacific Steel, BlueScope Buildings, Building Products ASEAN, North America and India, and North Star BlueScope Steel. The Australian Steel Products segment includes Port Kembla Steelworks, a steel making operation and supplier of flat steel in Australia, manufacturing slab, hot rolled coil and plate products. The New Zealand & Pacific Steel segment includes iron sand mining at Waikato North Head and Taharoa, New Zealand, producing ironsands for internal use at the Glenbrook, New Zealand. The BlueScope Buildings segment comprises the company's engineered buildings solutions businesses in North America, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. It also includes metal coating, painting and Lysaght businesses in China. The Building Products ASEAN, North America & India segment operates metallic coating and painting lines and LYSAGHT roll-forming facilities in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and North America, primarily servicing the building and construction industries. The North Star BlueScope Steel segment is a single site electric arc furnace producer of hot rolled coil in Ohio, in the U.S. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia.
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Friday, August 23, 2013
The latest round of companies to update in Skaffold include BHP Billiton (BHP), QBE Insurance (QBE), Coca-Cola Amatil (CCL), Sonic Healthcare (SHL), BlueScope Steel (BSL), Breville Group (BRG) and BigAir Group (BGL).
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Thursday, August 01, 2013
Ideally a capital raising should deliver the classic ‘win-win’ by shoring-up capital reserves and paying down company debt while offering shareholders more shares at attractive discounts to traded prices. Unfortunately the benefits of capital raisings can be extremely one sided. That’s why it’s important to understand that all capital raisings were not created equally, and can be invariably value destroying for shareholders.
By learning how to identify an unfair capital raising, you (the shareholder) can avoid being diddled out of more cash and potentially a dilution in your shareholder value.
Friday, July 12, 2013
August reporting season is the busiest time of year for stock market investors. More than 60% of ASX-listed companies will release their full year results in August, with the smaller mining stocks reporting by 13 September 2013.
Skaffold’s reporting season calendar is now live and will be updated daily over the next few months. The calendar lists the most popular ASX-listed companies and their expected report date. Click here to view the calendar now.
Tuesday, July 02, 2013
The Australian dollar dipped below US92¢ on June 24 – its lowest point since September 2010 – and mounting projections that it could fall to around US85¢ within two years heralds mixed blessings for stocks on either side of the currency divide.
So if you subscribe to the view that a falling Australian dollar is (among other things) the inevitable by-product of waning foreign investor appetite for $A assets, you also need to ask what this means for the stocks you currently own, and how you can profit from it.
The correlation between the Australian dollar and share price movements – and interest rates, for that matter – has declined somewhat in recent years. Nevertheless, when it comes to identifying the most likely winners and losers within a falling Australian dollar environment, there are some useful guiding principles that you as an investor should understand.