Steel production rebounded as auto plants reopened: Cleveland-Cliffs CEO


Steel production has rebounded alongside the recovery in automotive production this quarter, Cleveland-Cliffs CEO Lourenco Goncalves told CNBC Monday.

U.S. automakers are sprinting to re-stock showrooms and get back on production schedule after plants were shut down earlier this year as the country took action to slow the spread of a novel coronavirus.

“We have been through a very profitable quarter and very strong in terms of the recovery of demand particularly in automotive,” he said in an appearance on “Closing Bell.”

The U.S. economy quickly fell into a recession as businesses closed up and unemployment shot up across the country, but autos demand, much like demand in the housing…


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