Motley Fool contributors discuss three companies that Wall Street is sour on, why, and whether they agree.
The struggling iron-ore producer is fighting hard to recover.
Rio Tinto just sold a coal operation, and it appears more sales might be on the horizon
Earnings reports were a key fuel behind the big moves being made by Northern Tier Energy, CONSOL Energy, and Peabody Energy this week.
The iron-ore producer's stock reacted favorably to narrower losses in the third quarter.
The coal market isn't getting any better, and it looks like access to capital markets is getting weaker by the day for Peabody and other indebted coal miners.
Alliance Natural Resource Partners has remained profitable despite the brutal coal market, can it keep the good times going this quarter?
Cat and Joy Global have been hit hard by the spending slowdown in mining. Is it about to get worse?
The accusations are flying and no one seems to willing to accept the blame. Is this just business as usual or a troubling sign for investors?
Go big or go home really takes center stage when the mining industry is floundering.