Peabody Energy has a lot of positive things to say about the coal market, which is good news for investors in Alpha Natural Resources and Arch Coal.
Solid cost performance and good liquidity mean Peabody Energy is well positioned to profit from coal price improvements when they finally occur.
Coal stocks will take any type of good news it can get, and increasing prices for Western coal may be enough to get a couple investors excited.
Anadarko Petroleum’s stock has jumped in the past several weeks. Will its stock hit a wall?
Anadarko Petroleum’s hedging plan could actually be increasing the company’s risk. Let’s see why.
In an era of near-zero interest rates and sometimes frothy stock market valuations, income investors are increasingly turning to oil producers such as ConocoPhillips for reliable dividend growth. This article compares ConocoPhillips to some of its peers to see if the law of large numbers has finally caught up with it or if ConocoPhillips remains the dividend growth king of oil and gas producers.
With less than 15 years of production left, anyone looking to buy into the BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust may want to look elsewhere
Peabody Energy thinks increased coal usage can still result in falling carbon emissions.
Two energy companies and one travel company with strained international relations are the three worst performers in the stock market today.
Anadarko Petroleum’s stock rose by over 38% during 2014. Is the company’s valuation inflated, or does it have more room to grow?