The stock generates a return on investment if 5.8% as compared to the industry average of negative 7.3% clearly indicating that the company has a strong growth potential.
Steel producers in Brazil are likely to benefit from the country's infrastructure spending as the country prepares to host the 2014 World Cup football tournament and 2016 Olympics. A wealthy middle class is now seeking to spend more on automobiles, properties, and leisure travel. This spending will buoy steel demand as these sectors are major consumers of steel.
The company is also continuously improving its competitiveness through investing in mineral resources over the past five years with several lined up for the future.