* U.S. Steel reports wider-than-expected Q4 loss * AK Steel also posts loss * Steelmakers see improvements this year By Steve James NEW YORK, Jan 25 (Reuters) - American steelmakers, struggling to rise above a tide of red ink, posted wider-than-expected quarterly losses on Tuesday, but said they see signs an improving global economy is spurring demand for steel. "Order rates for most customer groups and publicly reported spot market prices began to increase later in the fourth ...
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