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Coal mining shares down on Patriot production cut, pricing worries
This may be due to the fact that no one has fretted about a certain tech stock not rallying all week, or, perhaps, due to other factors.
When the market was flat, everyone fussed over this; now, no one seems concerned about what the ECB may say or do.
Probably not, even though sentiment is bullish; also, the market will likely pull back in the next few days.
Even though this week's Euro events will likely not move the market much, talk about them should increase as they get closer.
It's unlkely the market will roll over and die but it is is still short-term overbought.
Keep in mind, a number less than 213 on a move above this week's high is a negative divergence.
Cramer says the stock will benefit from the short squeeze.
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It's not as though this index has outperformed, but at least it kept pace; now, however, it lags.
The market may attempt another rally tomorrow, but it seems we will merely see more choppiness.
The charts and the statistics indicate that market conditions will remain unsettled.
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Peabody Energy Corporation was a winner within the metals & mining industry, rising 17 cents (0.5%) to $33.81 on average volume.
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The majority of metal and mining stocks recorded losses last week, hurt by lower commodity prices.
These factors will help determine whether a challenging trading year finishes with a bang or a whimper.
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Here's a snapshot of the performance of metal and mining stocks this past week.
Peabody Energy Corporation was a leading decliner within the metals & mining industry, falling 86 cents (-2.1%) to $40.03 on average volume.
It's hard to deny the continuing strong profits being generated by key players.
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Riding on the back of a positive outcome for the eurozone, metal and mining stocks traded in the green this past week.
The ex-dividend date for Peabody Energy Corporation (NYSE:BTU) is tomorrow, November 1, 2011. Owners of shares as of market close today will be eligible for a dividend of 9 cents per share. At a price of $45 as of 10:05 a.m., the dividend yield is 0.8%.
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