Bluescope Steel Ltd (BSL)

21.440
-0.190(-0.88%)
  • Volume:
    1,535,905
  • Bid/Ask:
    21.440/21.450
  • Day's Range:
    21.390 - 22.150

BSL Overview

Prev. Close
21.63
Day's Range
21.39-22.15
Revenue
18.34B
Open
21.65
52 wk Range
12.67-26.15
EPS
2.33
Volume
1,535,905
Market Cap
10.66B
Dividend (Yield)
0.44
(1.43%)
Average Volume (3m)
2,057,659
P/E Ratio
9.29
Beta
1.61
1-Year Change
72.2%
Shares Outstanding
492,820,418
Next Earnings Date
20 Feb 2022
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Bluescope Steel Ltd News

  • ASX 200 Retreats From Records as Earnings Continue
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    By Oliver GrayInvesting.com - The S&P/ASX 200 fell 46.4 points or 0.61% to 7582.5 Monday, easing from gains of 1.16% last week and retreating from record high valuations as risk...

  • ASX 200 Dips In Early Trade
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    By Oliver GrayInvesting.com - The S&P/ASX 200 traded 29.1 points or 0.38% lower on Monday, easing from gains of 1.16% last week and retreating from record high valuations as...

  • ASX 200 Books Fresh All-Time Highs
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    By Oliver GrayInvesting.com - The S&P/ASX 200 lifted 37.1 points or 0.5% to 7431.4 on Tuesday, extending record high valuations as sentiment was boosted after all three major...

Bluescope Steel Ltd Analysis

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Bluescope Steel Ltd Company Profile

Bluescope Steel Ltd Company Profile

Industry
Iron & Steel
Employees
17063
Market
Australia

BlueScope Steel Limited produces and sells metal coated and painted steel building products in Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, North America, the Pacific Islands, and Asia. The company operates through five segments: Australian Steel Products, North Star BlueScope Steel, Building Products Asia & North America, Buildings North America, and New Zealand & Pacific Islands. It offers steel slabs, plates, hot and cold rolled coils, coated and painted strip products, roof and wall claddings, and purlins and house framings under the LYSAGHT steel building products, COLORBOND steel, COLORSTEEL, ZINCALUME steel, GALVABOND steel, GALVASPAN steel, BlueScope Zacs, and SuperDyma brands. The company also provides engineered building solutions to industrial and commercial markets under the Butler, Varco Pruden, EcoBuild, and PROBUILD brands. It serves customers in the residential and non-residential building, and construction; manufacturing, automotive and transport, agricultural, and mining industries directly, as well as through a network of service centers and steel distribution businesses. The company was formerly known as BHP Steel Limited and changed its name to BlueScope Steel Limited in November 2003. BlueScope Steel Limited was founded in 1885 and is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia.

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    • steel shortages
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