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U.S Steel’s earnings may have peaked, analysts warn, as the company will face a tougher pricing environment next year.
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The Texas-based company’s biggest strength is its million acres in the lowest-cost gas play of the U.S., so it can withstand a depressed pricing environment.
The company is improving its financial metrics, but high debt levels will remain a major cause of concern.
The company is in a strong position to weather the downturn in the industry, thanks to these advantages.
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The onshore driller faces threat of declining activity in its core markets, but Helmerich & Payne has a history of outperforming its peers in a down market.