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  • American City Business Journals 2 months ago

    Bankrupt Arch Coal sees its loss widen

    Bankrupt Arch Coal Inc. reported a first-quarter loss of $206.7 million, wider than its $113.2 million loss in the prior-year quarter. For the quarter ended March 31, the company reported revenue of $428.1 million, down 37 percent due primarily to significant declines in volume and pricing, reflecting continued weakness in all of the markets in which Arch participates. “As a result of extremely challenging current market conditions, the company believes it will require a significant restructuring of its balance sheet in order to continue as a going concern in the long term,” the company said in a statement.

  • Market Realist 6 months ago

    Low Natural Gas Prices Haunted Arch Coal Right Up to Bankruptcy

    Weak natural gas prices have been haunting Arch Coal right up to its Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. The coal industry faces tough competition from natural gas as an alternative fuel in electricity generation....

  • Market Realist 6 months ago

    How Did Weak Coal Exports Lead to Arch Coal’s Bankruptcy?

    In 2012, Arch Coal derived more than 30% of its revenues from exports mainly to Europe and Asia. Export revenues have fallen a significant 50% from that peak in 2012.

  • American City Business Journals 6 months ago

    Could Peabody be the next miner headed for bankruptcy?

    With Arch Coal joining the list of coal companies filing for bankruptcy, investors are wondering if Peabody Energy Corp., the largest U.S. coal miner, could be next. Peabody's shares have been cut nearly in half since Arch's Jan. 11 bankruptcy filing, and its 6.5 percent unsecured bonds have lost 27 percent, Bloomberg reports. Arch Coal is the second largest coal miner in the U.S. Prior to its announcement that it would be seeking bankruptcy protection, three other coal companies — Patriot Coal Corp., Walter Energy Inc. and Alpha Natural Resources Inc. — filed for bankruptcy in 2015.

  • Market Realist 6 months ago

    Arch Coal’s Path to Bankruptcy: The Beginning

    Factors that led to Arch Coal's bankruptcy include its financial leverage, a weak export market, inexpensive natural gas prices, and increased environmental scrutiny.

  • Market Realist 6 months ago

    Arch Coal Filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy: The Market Reaction

    On January 11, 2016, Arch Coal (ACIIQ) filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Although its bankruptcy was widely anticipated, stocks of major coal mining companies took a hard fall after the news.

  • Reuters 6 months ago

    Arch Coal receives broad lender support for bankruptcy plan

    Bankrupt U.S. coal miner Arch Coal has broad support from senior lenders for a plan to cut $4.5 billion of debt, lawyers said in court on Tuesday, and urged any unhappy creditors to join negotiations. Arch Coal, with about 4,600 union-free employees, is not plagued by labor issues like those that have hit its bankrupt peers. "I think we are well on our way to working out the mechanics," attorney Marshall Huebner of Davis Polk said on behalf of Arch Coal in bankruptcy court on Tuesday, while asking any unhappy creditors to join the negotiating table.