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    Analysts’ Views on Arch Coal Ahead of Its 3Q17 Results

    Analysts’ ratings As of October 27, 2017, of the nine analysts covering Arch Coal (ARCH) stock, eight (89%) recommended “buy” or “strong buy,” and one (11%) recommended “hold.” There were no “sell” or “strong sell” ratings. Arch Coal’s price target Arch Coal’s 12-month target price was $94.88 as of October 27, 2017. The target price indicates an upside […]

    By Alexis Tate
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    Why Most Analysts Rate Peabody Energy a ‘Buy’

    Of the eight analysts covering Peabody Energy (BTU), six (or 75.0%) have given the company a “buy” rating, and two (or 25.0%) have given it a “hold.”

    By Alexis Tate
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    How Arch Coal Emerged from Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

    On October 5, 2016, Arch Coal (ARCH) emerged from bankruptcy through successful financial restructuring.

    By Alexis Tate
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    What Does Bankruptcy Mean for Peabody Energy’s Investors?

    According to Peabody’s news release on its Chapter 11 filing, the bankruptcy court approved all of the first-day motions related to its Chapter 11 restructuring on April 14, 2016.

    By Sheldon Krieger
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    Company & Industry Overviews

    How Is Coal Mined from Coal Seams?

    According to the World Coal Association estimates, coal recovery in surface mining in the US is more than 90%.

    By Sheldon Krieger
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    What Does Bankruptcy Mean for Arch Coal Investors?

    Arch Coal stockholders may not get anything from the restructured business, as the company is already insolvent, according to its latest 10-Q filing.

    By Sheldon Krieger
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    Arch Coal’s Path to Bankruptcy: The Beginning

    Factors that led to Arch Coal’s bankruptcy include its financial leverage, a weak export market, inexpensive natural gas prices, and increased environmental scrutiny.

    By Sheldon Krieger
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