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The Globe and Mail
Teck gets no pay for earnings win as equity rout takes holdCanada’s largest diversified miner can’t catch a break. On a day Teck Resource
Teck gets no pay for earnings win as equity rout takes hold
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
Canada’s largest diversified miner can’t catch a break. On a day Teck Resources Ltd. surprised analysts by reported adjusted earnings rather than an estimated loss, its shares slumped for a fourth straight session, losing as much as 8.6 per cent as... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
High court puts on hold EPA's power-plant rulesWASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court temporarily blocked a new federal regulati
High court puts on hold EPA's power-plant rules
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court temporarily blocked a new federal regulation that would cut emissions from power plants, putting a hold on President Barack Obama's effort to combat climate change. The justices heeded calls from utilities, coal... Read more
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Market Watch
Cheap oil means big bargains in alternative-energy stocksA big trend in investing has been the persistent decline in oil prices, and the
Cheap oil means big bargains in alternative-energy stocks
Market Watch / Posted 3 days ago
A big trend in investing has been the persistent decline in oil prices, and the cascading effect across asset classes including stocks in all industries. But amid all the doom and gloom over cheap oil, it seems that a lot of people are overlooking... Read more
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Orange County Register
California teachers pension to divest U.S. thermal coal assetsThe California State Teachers’ Retirement System board voted to divest from U.S
California teachers pension to divest U.S. thermal coal assets
Orange County Register / Posted 7 days ago
The California State Teachers’ Retirement System board voted to divest from U.S. companies that produce coal for energy generation because of the industry’s ailing finances and environmental impact. The pension system, with $186.1 billion of assets... Read more
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Market Watch
Brazil's Vale scraps dividend as metals slumpSÃO PAULO--Brazilian mining giant Vale SA is proposing to scrap dividends this
Brazil's Vale scraps dividend as metals slump
Market Watch / Posted 13 days ago
SÃO PAULO--Brazilian mining giant Vale SA is proposing to scrap dividends this year for the first time since it was privatized in the late 1990s, the latest symptom of a deep and prolonged slump in commodity prices felt from South America to... Read more
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The Columbian
West Coast mayors take aim at coalWest Coast mayors’ efforts to block fossil fuel shipping terminals in the name
West Coast mayors take aim at coal
The Columbian / Posted 16 days ago
West Coast mayors’ efforts to block fossil fuel shipping terminals in the name of environmentalism threaten jobs and budgets in far-away coal-producing states such as Utah and Wyoming. The City Council in Oakland, Calif., wants to prevent coal from... Read more
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Investopedia
Railroads' Earnings Don't Prefigure a RecessionService-based sectors are going strong, but the industrial side of the economy
Railroads' Earnings Don't Prefigure a Recession
Investopedia / Posted 21 days ago
Service-based sectors are going strong, but the industrial side of the economy appears to be going off the rails. Full Steam Towards Recession? Some have already declared U.S. manufacturing to be in recession. Going by the Chicago Purchasing... Read more
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Zero Hedge
US Equity Futures Fail To Sustain Bounce; Resume Slide On Oil FearsThings are looking increasingly shaky for central planners around the globe. A
US Equity Futures Fail To Sustain Bounce; Resume Slide On Oil Fears
Zero Hedge / Posted 22 days ago
Things are looking increasingly shaky for central planners around the globe. After yesterday's dramatic rout in US equities, which was saved toward the end of trading by a "dash for trash" short squeeze in which several repo desks unleashed forced... Read more
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TribLIVE
U.S. halts issuing leases of federal land for coal miningThe Obama administration will stop leasing federal land to coal developers for
U.S. halts issuing leases of federal land for coal mining
TribLIVE / Posted 27 days ago
The Obama administration will stop leasing federal land to coal developers for three years while it studies the fossil fuel's environmental impact and considers bigger changes such as raising royalty rates paid by mining companies. The decision... Read more
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Op-Ed News
No. 2 coal company files bankruptcy--will taxpayers pay for clean-up?Faced with heavy debt, tougher pollution control, lower coal prices, competitio
No. 2 coal company files bankruptcy--will taxpayers pay for clean-up?
Op-Ed News / Posted a month ago
Faced with heavy debt, tougher pollution control, lower coal prices, competition from natural gas and lowered demand from China, Arch Coal, the nation's second-largest coal company, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday. The move was... Read more
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TribLIVE
Dorfman: Analysts on the money with their top picks for 2015The stock market went nowhere in 2015, but Wall Street analysts' top picks had
Dorfman: Analysts on the money with their top picks for 2015
TribLIVE / Posted a month ago
The stock market went nowhere in 2015, but Wall Street analysts' top picks had an excellent year. The analysts' four top choices beat the Standard & Poor's 500 soundly for a third year in a row. That had never happened in the 17 years I have been... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Hedge funds stars join losers' club for first timeNEW YORK: An elite group of hedge fund managers must have awakened on Jan. 1 wi
Hedge funds stars join losers' club for first time
Channel NewsAsia / Posted a month ago
NEW YORK: An elite group of hedge fund managers must have awakened on Jan. 1 with an unusual type of hangover: their first annual loss. Large funds managed by King Street Capital Management, CQS, Pine River Capital Management, Metacapital... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
U.S. hedge funds stars join losers’ club for first timeAn elite group of hedge fund managers must have awakened on Jan. 1 with an unus
U.S. hedge funds stars join losers’ club for first time
The Globe and Mail / Posted a month ago
An elite group of hedge fund managers must have awakened on Jan. 1 with an unusual type of hangover: their first annual loss. Large funds managed by King Street Capital Management, CQS, Pine River Capital Management, Metacapital Management, DW... Read more
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Calcutta News
Arch files for bankruptcy protection ahead of restructuring NEW YORK - Arch Coal Inc, holder of the second-largest reserve of coal in the
Arch files for bankruptcy protection ahead of restructuring
Calcutta News / Posted a month ago
NEW YORK - Arch Coal Inc, holder of the second-largest reserve of coal in the US, Monday filed for court protection under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code to facilitate financial... Read more
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Reuters
Hedge funds stars join losers' club for first timeNEW YORK An elite group of hedge fund managers must have awakened on Jan. 1 wit
Hedge funds stars join losers' club for first time
Reuters / Posted a month ago
NEW YORK An elite group of hedge fund managers must have awakened on Jan. 1 with an unusual type of hangover: their first annual loss. Large funds managed by King Street Capital Management, CQS, Pine River Capital Management, Metacapital Management,... Read more
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Denver Post
Arch Coal files for bankruptcy in latest blow to U.S. minersArch Coal Inc. joined the ranks of bankrupt coal miners as the U.S. continues t
Arch Coal files for bankruptcy in latest blow to U.S. miners
Denver Post / Posted 1 months ago
Arch Coal Inc. joined the ranks of bankrupt coal miners as the U.S. continues to shift toward cheaper, cleaner-burning natural gas, threatening the dominance of one of the world's dirtiest sources of energy. The holder of the second-largest reserve... Read more

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