Posts Tagged ‘NYSE:WLT’

Why I’m Not Giving Up On This High-Yield Coal Investment

June 5th, 2015

coalSteve Mauzy: Is there a business sector more despised than coal? Tobacco, possibly, but even that’s debatable. Read more…


Old King Coal Will Rise Again

July 1st, 2014

handful-of-coalAccording to BP plc(LON:BP), the fastest-growing fuel in the world is coal. Yes, despite the White House’s war on coal, last year it had the biggest share of demand worldwide since 1970. From China to Germany, coal’s use is expanding, not contracting. Consumers are choosing cheap fuel over Read more…


Stocks to Watch Today

October 15th, 2013

key level to watchScott Redler: SolarCity Corp(NASDAQ:SCTY) had a big jump on Friday when the company offered up encouraging operating metrics and boosted its outlook for next year. The stock saw nice consolidation yesterday as it held above prior pivot high of Read more…


Coal Stocks Will Benefit From Increased Global Coal Demand (KOL, PKOL, WLT, BTU, ARLP, ACI, ANR, PCX)

April 10th, 2012

Patrick Vail:  The U.S. coal industry is facing a perfect storm and has taken a beating recently, bringing coal stocks down with it. According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), electricity generated by coal was down more than 20% in 2011. So it’s no surprise that U.S. coal producers have been hit, Read more…


Morning Call: Markets Set for Lower Open as Europe Bond Yields Rise Again

November 15th, 2011

US stock futures point to a lower open Tuesday after poor growth figures out of Europe. While all attention has been focused on the sovereign debt crisis, economic data has been in the background. Growth has continued to grind to a halt, and the 17 countries that use the Euro currency eking out a 0.2% rate in the third quarter. Economists believe Europe will slip Read more…


Morning Call: Stocks Wait for Fed ‘Operation Twist’, Greek Aid Announcement

September 21st, 2011

US stock futures are basically flat Wednesday morning as investors wait for the announcement from the two-day FOMC meeting today. The Fed is expected to enact something called ‘Operation Twist’ a tactic of selling short term debt and buying longer-term debt in order to bend the yield curve and hopefully keep borrowing costs low. With the Fed Funds rate still sitting at 0, the central bank has had to get creative in order to find ways Read more…


Morining Call: Markets Opening Near Flat After Strong Week

July 5th, 2011

Overseas markets remained relatively unchanged yesterday while US markets were closed for the Independence Day holiday. Asian markets are slightly negative in early trading, with the MSCI Asia Read more…


Futures Extend Gains, Near Friday’s Pivot High

May 10th, 2011

Futures are once again set for a higher open Tuesday as the market builds on Friday’s encouraging jobs number. Last week stocks pulled in sharply as economic data suggested a slowdown of the recovery just when QE2 was getting set to expire, but the biggest gain in non-farm payrolls let the bulls off Read more…


Coal Use In China Shines Light On Growth (KOL, PKOL, BP)

May 10th, 2011

Frank E. Holmes:  International coal prices hit $124 per ton last week, the highest level in five months, as strong demand from reconstruction projects in Japan and reduced supply from flood Read more…


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