Miners have been hit hard by commodity price slumps, but Cliffs might have a better chance at climbing out of its hole than many peers.
Should investors be concerned about greenhouse gas emissions from oil and gas giants like ConocoPhillips, BP, Royal Dutch Shell, among others? This Fool thinks they should be.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has meandered around break-even all day, but Alpha Natural Resources, Arch Coal, and Peabody Energy are leading energy stocks higher.
Investors in the rig space may be chasing the ultra deepwater fleets of big players like Ensco and Seadrill, so they may be overlooking opportunities in the jackup market.
Coal-miner Arch Coal has languished even in a tough sector, as Peabody Energy has used its superior reach and CONSOL Energy has diversified into natural gas. What's in the cards for Arch's future?
Cliffs Natural Resources has exposure to both iron ore and metallurgical coal production, but fellow coal miners Arch Coal and Alpha Natural Resources are also having trouble bouncing back from tough markets.
The basic bull case for LINN Energy.
We may still need to wait a little while longer for that turnaround in coal, but Peabody Energy gave plenty for investors to think about.
Here are three things investors should know about BP that may be overlooked because of Macondo.
Peabody Energy Corp. had a surprise report this morning, but there were other factors contributing to its pop.