NEW YORK - Coal producer Alpha Natural Resources says its shares will be delisted from the New York Stock Exchange. The Bristol, Virginia-based company says its shares were suspended by the NYSE because of their low …
Altona (AIM: ANR) is pleased to update shareholders with further information ... Altona is listed on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market. Its principal focus is on the evaluation and development of the Company’s flagship Arckaringa …
We believe estimates need to be recalibrated lower before we can potentially become more constructive on the stock." For an analyst ratings summary and ratings history on Alpha Natural Resources click here. For more ratings news on …
ANR), which rose +7.10% to $6.49. Billionaire John Paulson reaped the benefits of this one, as he holds four million shares, representing 0.15% of his fund. Note, however, that the investor paid an average price of $8.10 for this stock, …
Shareholders of Alpha Natural Resources (ANR) approved the company's $7.1 billion ... Still, analysts following the company are optimistic and maintain their 'buy' rating on the stock.
Alpha Natural Resources, the third largest US coal company, had a rough few days in the stock market last week. …
Alpha Natural Resources has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy ... last several years are greater than any in the past three decades," he said. The company's stock was delisted from the New York Stock Exchange for being abnormally low.
Among leading coal-related stocks, Cloud Peak Energy (NYSE: CLD) experienced the largest percentage downswing in short interest between the July 15 and July 31 settlement dates. Below we take a quick look at how Alpha Natural
The stock is trading at 87.2% of its 50-day moving average and 77.5% of its 200-day moving average. The share price of Alpha Natural Resources (ANR) dropped today, reaching and then falling even farther past its previous 52-week low of …
"This is their stock in trade," Philip said. He said detainees are typically held incommunicado - in cruel and inhuman conditions with no food or water - at special ANR detention centres. Most have no access to legal assistance. "People …