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Wall Street ended the day at record highs.
Earnings from AMD and Boeing drive gains.
Bradley will be based at the company's headquarters in Pittsburgh, and will report to CEO David Burritt.
The bears still believe disaster is right around the corner, but the market doesn't seem very worried.
U.S. Steel bears could be sorry after the close Tuesday.
Second quarter shipments fell 6% to 1,465,200 tons compared to the second quarter a year ago, "primarily as a result of a decrease in automotive demand."
U.S. stock futures turn higher on Tuesday following earnings from Alphabet.
Wall Street's first glimpse at the second quarter.
The collapse of the Sino-American session on tariffs and access translates into market action for investors, and inaction on improved trade.
The European Central Bank has had their foot on the gas for a while.
President Donald Trump will soon have to pick a side in a dispute between two of his favorite industries.
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Steel Dynamics is worth watching as it reports earnings.
It appeared they were off to the races, but now it looks like they've hit a wall.
Stocks are higher as earnings season begins.
Stocks are mostly higher as earnings season begins.