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June 19, 2014
16:19 EDTCLFCliffs Natural urges shareholders to support all nine company nominees
Cliffs Natural Resources continues to believe that it is in the best interest of Cliffs' shareholders to support all nine of the company's nominees at the upcoming Annual Meeting of Shareholders to be held on July 29. Cliffs' shareholders of record at the close of business on June 2, will be entitled to vote at the Annual Meeting. Cliffs' nine director nominees, eight of whom are independent, have decades of leadership experience in mining, steel, basic materials, finance, engineering and natural resources businesses - the skills that the Board of Directors believes are required to understand and lead Cliffs. The Board continues to take an active approach in overseeing Cliffs' strategy and execution, providing guidance and, as appropriate, exacting accountability, in the current challenging iron ore pricing environment. As previously announced, in connection with the pending proxy contest between Cliffs and Casablanca Capital, the Cliffs Board has been considering whether Casablanca's nominees should be "approved" with respect to the Company's senior notes indenture for the limited purpose of not triggering the change of control provision in the senior notes indenture. The Cliffs Board took this limited, technical action after determining that this action was prudent to protect the interests of all of Cliffs' shareholders by eliminating the possibility that the outcome of the upcoming Board election could result in triggering the change of control provision. In no way should today's action be construed as Cliffs endorsing any of the Casablanca nominees in the proxy contest. The Cliffs Board continues to recommend shareholders vote by telephone, by Internet, or by signing and dating the WHITE proxy card to vote "FOR ALL" of the company's nine highly qualified and experienced director nominees with expertise in leading mining, steel, basic materials, engineering and natural resources businesses: Gary B. Halverson, Barry J. Eldridge, Mark E. Gaumond, Susan M. Green, Janice K. Henry, Stephen M. Johnson, James F. Kirsch, Richard K. Riederer and Timothy W. Sullivan. By voting the WHITE proxy card, the company intends for two of Casablanca's nominees to be elected to the company's Board.
News For CLF From The Last 14 Days
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April 15, 2015
12:52 EDTCLFStocks with call strike movement; WUBA CLF
58.com (WUBA) July 70 call option implied volatility decreased 4% to 56, Cliffs Natural (CLF) October 6 call option implied volatility decreased 2% to 68 according to IVolatility.
10:46 EDTCLFBofA/Merrill metals/mining/steel analysts hold analyst/industry conference call
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April 9, 2015
10:00 EDTCLFOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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09:27 EDTCLFOn The Fly: Pre-market Movers
HIGHER: Pier 1 Imports (PIR), up 5.8% after earnings beat estimates, dividend boosted, and shares upgraded at Wedbush... Novogen (NVGN) rose after announcing that Australian studies revealed its experimental drug, Anisina, killed melanoma cells irrespective of their mutational status. Shares of small-cap Novogen rose 35% in pre-market trading following the company's report on the studies... TASER (TASR), up 3.8% after announcing UK order from London for 178 AXON body cameras... United Continental (UAL), up 2.8% after narrowing Q1 PRASM forecast... Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA), up 2.4% after reporting Q2 results. LOWER: Zynga (ZNGA), down 12% after announcing last night that current CEO Don Mattrick will depart the company and the board and Mark Pincus, Zynga's founder and chairman, will return to the role of CEO... Alcoa (AA), down 2% after reporting Q1 financial results and giving 2015 guidance... Cliffs Natural (CLF), down 4.6% after BMO Capital cut it rating to the equivalent of sell and halved its price target on the stock to $4.
08:42 EDTCLFVale cut to sell, target halved to $4.50 at BMO Capital
BMO Capital downgraded Vale (VALE) to Underperform, its sell rating equivalent, from Market Perform saying the iron ore oversupply is "not letting up." BMO points out that Vale's free cash flow is highly leveraged to the iron price. It cut its price target for shares in half to $4.50 from $9. BMO also lowered its iron ore forecast prices by 13%-20% for 2015-2018. The firm coupled the downgrade of Vale with a downgrade of Cliffs Natural (CLF) to Underperform.
08:36 EDTCLFCliffs Natural cut to sell, target halved to $4 at BMO Capital
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06:39 EDTCLFCliffs Natural downgraded to Underperform from Market Perform at BMO Capital
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April 8, 2015
09:08 EDTCLFCliffs Natural asks permission to put assets in Canada up for sale, CP says
Cliffs Natural Resources subsidiaries, which filed for creditor protection in January, are seeking permission to put the Bloom Lake mine, the Wabush Mine, and related port and rail assets up for sale next month, reported Canadian Press, citing a motion filed by monitor FTI Consulting Canada. Reference Link
April 7, 2015
11:28 EDTCLFStocks with call strike movement; CLF PBR
Cliffs Natural (CLF) October 6 call option implied volatility decreased 2% to 66, Petrobras (PBR) October 8 call option implied volatility decreased 2% to 61 according to IVolatility.

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