Arch Coal, Inc.

Arch Coal, Inc. has announced that the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Missouri has confirmed its amended plan of reorganization. The coal mining giant now expects to...
The other shoe has dropped for Arch Coal. The coal miner has filed for Chapter 11 protection.
It’s a crummy time to be a coal miner. If the political backlash against coal doesn’t get you, you can bet your assets that warm winter weather will. A fresh report from the U.S. Energy...
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Washington, D.C., circuit has ordered the EPA to reconsider the agency's mercury rule following the June decision by the U.S. Supreme Court.
On Monday, Arch Coal posted a loss of about $2 billion for the third quarter of 2015. The case for a bankruptcy at Arch Coal looms ever larger.
In the month of August, the institutional leveraged loan market experienced five defaults, the most since March of 2014.
Judging by the heavy action and soaring stock prices at two coal miners on Thursday, an observer may be forgiven for thinking that all the natural gas in the U.S. had suddenly evaporated.
It appears that investors have figured out that there is little chance that white knight is going to gallop in and save the coal industry.
A bankruptcy judge ruled Monday that Patriot Coal could proceed with an auction set for September 9 to sell its remaining assets.
To say that shares of Arch Coal have been volatile Monday morning is not an overstatement. The company's debt swap offer was extended again.
A new report on leveraged loan default rates from Fitch Ratings showed that, since the beginning of March, more than three-quarters of leveraged loan default volume has come from metals/mining and...
Energy stocks have recovered strongly, either because the share prices had fallen so far that they are now an irresistible buy or because short sellers with conviction want to hold on until the...
In the past two-and-a-half trading sessions, shares of Arch Coal have risen nearly 90%, not including the effect of a recent reverse stock split.
Arch Coal shares surged in Wednesday afternoon trading. Amazingly, this is not the first big move of the week.
According to Fitch Ratings, the energy industry's default rate in August could more than double its historical average.