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Get In On Arch Coal's Bond Yielding 9%
Since it's become difficult to determine when or if coal will rebound, the equities may be risky if losses continue to mount.
Wilbur Ross Says US Coal Is Facing Years of Headwinds
In the last month alone, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania-based Consol Energy Inc, Canada's Cline Mining Corp. and St. Louis-based Arch Coal Inc. announced U.S. closures representing 5.8 million tons of annual production. Patriot sought protection in U.S. ...
Europe Burns Coal Fastest Since 2006 in Boost for U.S.: Energy
Europe is burning coal at the fastest pace since 2006, as surging imports from U.S. producers such as Arch Coal Inc. helped cut prices 26 percent in a year and benefited European power companies including EON AG.
Patriot Coal files for bankruptcy protection
The selloff drove down shares of rivals Alpha Natural Resources Inc, Arch Coal Inc and Peabody Energy Corp, which fell a respective 7.5 percent and 6.7 percent and 6.2 percent.
Which Coal Miner Is The Next To Bankruptcy Protection?  Seeking Alpha
Patriot Coal Shareholders Likely will be Wiped Out  ValueWalk
Patriot Coal Bankruptcy Highlights Disparity In Energy Sector
(NYSE: BTU), the largest private sector coal company and former parent of Patriot, said in June it was cutting its capital expenditures.
Patriot demise could spell trouble for Peabody, Arch  St. Louis Business Journal
Hard-working Chinese immigrants, once banned, have risen to the highest ...
They ran 150 laundries along with three restaurants, eight Chinese grocery stores and three coal-heated greenhouses, according to Yee.
Patriot Coal Filed Chapter 11 Last Week, Here's How The Rest Of The Industry Looks
"Only Arch [Coal] has an Altman's Z-scores below 1.1, indicating a high likelihood of distress in the next two years," wrote Bandy.
Coal industry sheds jobs, leaving Eastern Kentucky economy in tatters
The impact of an estimated 2,000 mining layoffs this year is hitting home across the mountainous coal counties of Eastern Kentucky.
White Rock snuffs charcoal beach barbecues
At a May 28 meeting, he noted coal trains that pass along the waterfront are far more concerning. Monday, Campbell said that after observing the barbecues in use, he had “reason to change my mind.
Dead Zone Pollutant Grows Despite Decades of Work
The “Big Muddy” joins the mighty Mississippi just north of St. Louis, then makes a sharp right turn and rushes past the soaring St. Louis Arch on its way to the sea off Louisiana. When the nutrient-rich water empties into the Gulf far downstream, it ...