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More top-performing CAPS members are feeling bullish about United States Steel
The fourth quarter of 2008 saw a serious drop in demand for steel products, because of the economy and weakness in auto manufacturers such as Ford
Fourth-quarter earnings at U.S. Steel are expected to come in low, but with industry warnings already on the table, some investors see upside going forward. In addition, many steel customers could soon need to replace their dwindling inventory levels, and many investors are bullish on a potential Obama administration stimulus package that could benefit U.S. Steel and others such as Nucor
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