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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.
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July 29, 2015
16:00 EDTCLFOptions Update; July 29, 2015
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10:58 EDTCLFCliffs Natural Resources sees trade cases as 'game changer' for steel makers
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10:23 EDTCLFCliffs Natural Resources says it has 'ample liquidity'
Says customers updated forecast for prices was "substantially lower" than prior quarter. Says has opportunity to optimize working capital. Says able to maintain cost guidance despite volume cuts. Says it expects to receive anticipated $160M federal tax refund. Sees FY15 SG&A guidance of $120M. Says continues to resolve all issues left from previous regime. Says has moved forward with divestiture of several assets. Says "we control our destiny and our use of cash." Says working diligently with interested buyers for Pinnacle toward a deal, expects to announce in very near future. Says will continue to pursue further cost reduction opportunities in order to stay cash flow positive. Says will be temporarily be idling production at United Taconite facility. Comments taken from Q2 earnings call. In morning trading, shares in Cliffs Natural Resources were down 7.74% to $2.74.
08:21 EDTCLFCliffs Natural backs FY15 capital expenditure budget of $100M-$125M
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08:18 EDTCLFCliffs Natural reports Q2 U.S. iron ore pellet sales volume down 2% to 4.2M tons
Cliffs Natural reports U.S. Iron Ore pellet sales volume in Q2 was 4.2M tons, a 2% decrease when compared to the second quarter of 2014. The decrease was driven by reduced year-over-year export sales and lower demand by U.S. mills, partially offset by improved shipping conditions on the Great Lakes. Cash production cost per ton in U.S. Iron Ore was $56.06, down 9% from $61.37 in the prior year's second quarter. The decrease was driven by a reduction in salaried workforce headcount and overall reductions in employment costs along with a year-over-year reduction in energy rates. This was partially offset by decreases in production volume due to scheduled maintenance and repairs. Realized revenue rates of $78.32 per ton were lower than previously guided as a result of a significant adjustment to the hot-band steel price estimate for one major contract.
08:17 EDTCLFCliffs Natural reports Q2 EPS 39c, consensus (11c)
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05:59 EDTCLFStocks with implied volatility movement; AMGN CLF
Stocks with implied volatility movement; Amgen (AMGN) 30, Cliffs Natural (CLF) 125 according to iVolatility.
July 23, 2015
05:23 EDTCLFStocks with implied volatility movement; MDLZ CLF
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July 22, 2015
11:34 EDTCLFOptions with increasing put volume and implied volatility: RSX CLF FFIV
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