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February 4, 2014
10:44 EDTARLP, CLD, ANR, BTU, ACI, CNX, WLTArch Coal climbs after optimistic comments about 2014 outlook
Shares of Arch Coal (ACI) are climbing after the company reported weaker than expected fourth quarter results, but made positive comments about the thermal coal market. WHAT'S NEW: Arch Coal reported a larger than expected fourth quarter loss, and its fourth quarter revenue came in below expectations. However, the company stated that it expects U.S. thermal coal markets to tighten further this year. A number of factors - including favorable weather trends, healthier economic activity and elevated natural gas prices - should ensure that the prices of most U.S. thermal coal is competitive, Arch stated. On the other hand, demand for metallurgical coal from overseas markets remains weak, Arch added. But the company indicated that production of higher cost metallurgical coal would ease, causing the metallurgical markets to tighten in the future. PRICE ACTION: In early trading, Arch Coal rose 5% to $4.21. Other coal miners also climbed, with Alpha Natural (ANR) advancing 3%, CONSOL Energy (CNX) gaining nearly 2%, Peabody Energy (BTU) rising 1.7%, Cloud Peak (CLD) up 2.4%, and Walter Energy (WLT) jumping almost 4%. Another publicly traded company in the space is Alliance Resource Partners (ARLP).
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March 24, 2015
09:52 EDTCNXCONSOL says 83% of estimated FY15 coal tonnage contracted at $61.98 per ton
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