U.S. Steel Corp. shares slipped in the extended session Tuesday after the steelmaker said up to 2,000 workers could be affected by a temporary idling of its Granite City, Ill.-based operations. U.S. Steel shares declined 1% to $11.68. The company said it is examining a consolidation of its North American flat-rolled steel operations given depressed steel prices and challenging market conditions.
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