(VIANEWS) – Shares of Cliffs Natural Resources (NYSE: CLF) rose by a staggering 33.91% in 21 sessions from $15.12 to $20.25 at 12:24 EST on Tuesday, following the last session’s downward trend. NYSE is falling 0.17% to $15,853.48, after two sequential sessions in a row of gains.

Cliffs Natural Resources’s last close was $20.61, 39.45% below its 52-week high of $34.04.

About Cliffs Natural Resources

Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. is a North American flat-rolled steel producer. It offers carbon steel products such as hot-rolled and cold-rolled steel, as well as stainless steel products and plates. The company also offers tubular components made of carbon, stainless, and electric resistant welded tubing. The company also offers tinplate products such as chrome-coated sheet and electrolytic tin-coated sheet; tooling, sampling, raw materials, ingots and rolled blooms. It also makes hot-briquetted products. It also owns five Minnesota- and Michigan iron ore mines. It serves the needs of steel producers, as well as distributors and converters. Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. used to be known as Cliffs Natural Resources Inc., but changed its name in August 2017 to Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. Cleveland is the headquarters of this company, which was established in 1847.

Earnings Per Share

As for profitability, Cliffs Natural Resources has a trailing twelve months EPS of $-0.07.

The company’s return on equity, which measures the profitability of a business relative to shareholder’s equity, for the twelve trailing months is 42.85%.

Revenue Growth

Year-on-year quarterly revenue growth declined by 5.8%, now sitting on 23.29B for the twelve trailing months.

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