Street estimates and its shares rose 12 percent. The company, which has idled five mines in the U.S.
StockMarketWire.com - BMR Group has told it would receive the first transfer of $900,000 under the project construction and trade finance facility with African Compass International by no later than 26 May. BMR said that while the directors …
Since that peak, Arch’s stock market value has fallen more than 99 percent — so the writing has been on the wall for some time. Well, it depends. Arch Coal has worked to gut basic environmental and public health protections and cheat …
Finerman thinks that it would be best to stay away from this stock. Brian Kelly said that the whole coal space has been …
The biggest producer of steel-making coal is Alpha Natural Resources, which outbid Arch Coal earlier this year to acquire Massey Energy for $7.1 billion in cash and stock. The deal is also something of a vindication for Wilbur L. Ross Jr., …
SNL Financial reported on Friday that Soros’ investment fund informed the Securities and Exchange Commission that it purchased stakes in Peabody Energy and Arch Coal this year. Soros acquired more than 1 million shares of Peabody …
A Hampden Meadows man, 38, faces several Barrington police charges, including carrying a fully loaded 30-30 rifle without a stock. Jarrad W ... Marshall to the Adult Correctional Institutions (ACI) after he was arraigned on the charges.
Patriot parent company Peabody is doing somewhat better. This bit of stock analysis is revealing. It says that Peabody profit margins are better than those of Arch Coal (which owns mostly U.S. coal) but worse than those of BHP Billiton …
Energy stocks fell sharply as the price of oil dropped again, and Gap's stock plunged after the company announced ... Stanley analysts downgraded the entire sector. Peabody Energy, Arch Coal and Walter Energy were all down 8 …
Hobet was now under Arch Coal’s corporate umbrella. In the era of answering to Wall Street, Woodring said, mining knowledge could take a backseat to marketing. It was important that executives be comfortable with investors, analysts …