|Day Low/High||57.50 / 58.89|
|52 Wk Low/High||49.79 / 70.03|
Steel stocks Nucor Corp., Reliance Steel & Aluminum, Steel Dynamics and United States Steel are recovering from bear market territory and should continue to rise if funding becomes available for border security.
-Facility expected to be fully operational in 2022 with capacity of 1.2 million tons per year
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Let's check out the charts and indicators this afternoon.
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Let's check the charts and see what they say about the course of prices.
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