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Arch Coal (ACI) is gaining Monday after announcing that it will idle its Cumberland River Coal complex, eliminating 213 full-time jobs.
Investors in Arch Coal, Inc. saw new options begin trading today, for the September 20th expiration.
Alpha Natural Resources (ANR) stock is lower after Morgan Stanley (MS) warned metallurgical coal prices could rebound slower than the firm previously expected.
Arch Coal (ACI) stock is lower as the coal industry takes a hit after Deutsche Bank (DB) downgrading Peabody Energy (BTU) to 'hold' from 'buy.'
Alpha Natural Resources (ANR) shares are down after analysts at Deutsche Bank (DB) downgraded Peabody Energy (BTU) to 'hold'.
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Investors in Arch Coal, Inc. saw new options become available today, for the August 16th expiration.
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Alpha Natural Resources (ANR) is receiving a bump in trading today after Morgan Stanley (MS) analysts upgraded their outlook on met coal prices.
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In trading on Friday, shares of Arch Coal, Inc. crossed below their 200 day moving average of $4.34, changing hands as low as $4.33 per share.
Arch Coal (ACI) could decline on Tuesday after the U.S. coal miner reported first-quarter results that came up short of analysts' expectations. Adjusted loss was 60 cents a share, which was wider than the analyst estimate of 42 cents a share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. Net loss widened to $124.1 million, or 59 cents a share, from $70 million, or 33 cents a share, in the same period one year earlier. Revenue was almost flat at $736 million, though this still beat the analyst estimate of $717.7 million. Arch Coal also trimmed its shipment outlook for 2014 and now expects to ship between 6.3 million and 7.3 million tons of metallurgical coal in 2014, down from its prior estimate of 7.5 million to 8.5 million tons. Reduced met coal prices, greater supply and weaker steel demand have pressured Arch Coal and other coal producers.
Arch Coal (ACI) is up in pre-market trading following an upgrade by analysts at Goldman Sachs (GS)
Arch Coal (ACI) was a major mover in pre-market activity after UBS downgraded the stock to "sell" from "neutral" and reduced its target price to $3 from $5. The firm noted lower met coal price forecasts for the sector because of oversupply problems and a lower-than-expected benchmark settlement in the second quarter. UBS also expects stressed balance sheets and accelerated cash burn, which could lead to a liquidity crisis in 2016.
Arch Coal (ACI) stock is gaining Tuesday following Consol Energy's (CNX) recent coal production outlook increase.
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Arch Coal (ACI) ticked downward on Tuesday after news that the U.S. Supreme Court refusal to restore a permit for a mountaintop mining project in West Virginia. The refusal halted the company's challenge to the Environmental Protection Agency's decision to block the permit. The Supreme Court maintained a lower court ruling that the EPA could invalidate Clean Water Act permits issued years ago; Arch Coal's Mingo Logan wants to restore a permit from the Army Corps of Engineers in 2007. The Clean Water Act "does not remotely grant EPA a retroactive trump card that trivializes the Corps' authority and destroys the regulated community's ability to rely on the permit," Logan said in court papers, according to Bloomberg. President Barack Obama's administration has said the project would harm wildlife in the area due to the filling of seven miles of waterways.
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