The price/operating cash flow metric for Mechel PAO is higher than only 0.46% of stocks in our set with a positive cash flow.
With a price/sales ratio of 0.07, Mechel PAO has a higher such ratio than just 1.77% of stocks in our set.
Mechel PAO's shareholder yield -- a measure of how much capital is returned to stockholders via dividends and buybacks -- is -1,776.02%, greater than the shareholder yield of just 0.44% of stocks in our set.
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Mechel PAO American Depositary Shares (Each rep. 1 common shares) (MTL) Company Bio
Mechel OAO engages in mining and steel businesses in the Russian Federation, the Commonwealth of Independent States, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and internationally. The company operates through four segments: Mining, Steel, and Power. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Moscow, the Russian Federation.
MOSCOW, RUSSIA / ACCESSWIRE / July 3, 2020 / Mechel PAO (NYSE:MTL, MOEX:MTLR), a leading Russian mining and metals company, announces the decisions made by the annual general shareholder meeting held on ...
The plant has revamped its coke battery #8, which will enable it to decrease waste emissions. The coke battery #8's reconstruction which included replacement of two gasholders, is one step in a series of measures outlined in the company's ecological program as set in the agreement signed by Mechel Group with Chelyabinsk Region's government, Russia's Natural Resources Ministry and Federal Supervisory Natural Resources Management Service. The coke battery's coke gas offtake system was upgraded, with two new gasholders, gas exhaust pipes and a crude coke gas main installed.
MOSCOW, RUSSIA / ACCESSWIRE / June 17, 2020 / Mechel PAO (NYSE:MTL)(MOEX:MTLR), a leading Russian mining and metals company, announces the decisions made by its Board of Directors at a meeting held on ...
In April 2020, our company's management was able to get the approval of our major lenders who hold 88% of our debt, for the conditions of a 10-year restructuring deal. This was indisputably vital for us, as even in 2017, as our previous debt restructuring with state-owned banks came into force, putting off payments on the main body of debt until 2020, we understood that we will have to return to the negotiating table as soon as the debt maturity deadline came near, and we did not conceal that understanding. Over these three years, our financial payments totaled 167.4 billion rubles.