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U.S. coal companies continue to lose market value

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享S&P Global Market Intelligence ($):The 12 largest publicly traded U.S. coal producers lost 16.6% of their total market value since September 2018, with just one seeing an increase during the period. The companies’ total market capitalization was $12.68 billion on Sept. 27, 2018, and $10.58 billion as of Jan. 8, 2019, according to data compiled by S&P Global Market Intelligence. Natural Resource Partners LP, the only gainer, grew 31.1% during the period, from $364.3 million to $477.6 million.The companies’ value ranking remained consistent from a few months ago, with Peabody Energy Corp., Alliance Resource Partners LP and Arch Coal Inc. taking the top three top spots. Market capitalization in the sector is still down significantly from 2011, when Peabody led the publicly traded producers with $19.68 billion in value.Westmoreland Coal Co., which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in October 2018, experienced the largest decline in market value, falling 88% to $300,000. The company is seeking to sell some of its noncore assets and plans to have its lenders act as a stalking horse bidder and take the core assets in exchange for the company’s debt if there are no better offers.Cloud Peak Energy Inc.’s value dropped by $151.3 million over the period to $29.1 million, an 83.9% decrease. Cloud Peak, one of the largest publicly traded companies to avoid bankruptcy in recent years, was removed from the S&P SmallCap 600 on Jan. 3 and warned by the NYSE on Dec. 26, 2018, that its stock was below the minimum threshold to continue listing on the exchange.Peabody was valued about $1.07 billion higher than Alliance as of Jan. 8 but saw a much larger drop, falling 24.2% compared to a 6.4% decline for Alliance. More ($): Market value of top 12 US coal producers down $2.11B since Q3’18 U.S. coal companies continue to lose market valuelast_img read more

Asmir Begovic comments on the possible Transfer

first_imgAsmir Begovic, the national football BiH team player and a goalkeeper once again said that he wants to play, that he is ready to give up potential medal conquered in the Premier League and that he could go to play in Bournemouth.FC Chelsea will not let go Begovic to go to play for another club before they find another goalkeeper.Begovic defended very well in the 4: 0 victory in the FA Cup against Brentford, and the question is whether this is his last match for Chelsea, said: “I find it hard not to play for so long, and I’d love to go. If my club decides to let me go, I will do so.“If I do not leave the club, I will continue to support the team. My desire to leave is solely associated with my desire to play. I do not work for a long time with Conte, but our relationship is good, it is open. He knows that I want to play. Of course, I expected I’m going to be able to compete with Courtois, and the opportunity to play for Chelsea is not given every day. If you do not believe in yourself, you do not need play football. It turned out that I did not defend as much as I wanted, but Thibaut is absolutely brilliant. Yes, I knew that he is one of the best goalkeepers in the world, and I just wanted to compete with him. I feel that I am also one of the best, but unfortunately no club is big enough to have two top goalkeepers. I’m an excellent goalkeeper, I feel great, I am 29 years old. I am in a good shape, it is pity that I cannot show what I can, “said Begovic.“I hope that Chelsea will be champion, I’m part of that, but it’s more important that I play,” he added.(Source: N1)last_img read more

Players selected for team event at Carris Trophy

first_img10 Jul 2015 Players selected for team event at Carris Trophy England Golf will be represented by two teams in the Nations Cup event at the Carris Trophy at Little Aston, Staffordshire, from 21-24 July. Team one is Will Enefer of Shropshire, Harry Hall of Cornwall and Bradley Moore of Derbyshire (Image © Leaderboard Photography). Team two is Jamie Li of Somerset, Matty Lamb of Northumberland and Billy Spooner of Lincolnshire. The team event is played over the first two rounds of the English U18 boys’ open stroke play championship, with the best two scores from three counting each day.  The players: Will Enefer, 17, (Wrekin) was runner-up in the German boys’ open and tied third in the Sir Henry Cooper Junior Masters. He shared fourth place in the Fairhaven Trophies and had top ten finishes in the Peter McEvoy Trophy and the West of England stoke play. Harry Hall, 17, (West Cornwall) qualified for the match play at the British Amateur and was sixth in both the Darwin Salver and the West of England stroke play. He helped England take second place in the Nations Cup at the German boys’ open. Last year he won the Welsh Youths’ Open. Bradley Moore, 17, (Kedleston Park) has won the English boys’ order of merit for the past two years. He reached the last 32 in the British Amateur and was runner up in the Peter McEvoy Trophy this year and last, having won it in 2013. He was Irish boys’ open champion last year. Jamie Li, 18, (Bath) was in England’s winning team at the 2014 boys’ Home Internationals. He was runner-up in the Faldo Series Wales championship this year and seventh in the Peter McEvoy Trophy. Matty Lamb, 17, (Hexham) also helped England win the boys’ Home Internationals and was runner-up in last year’s Fairhaven Trophies, fourth in the McGregor Trophy and ninth in the European Young Masters. He was fourth in the 2015 McEvoy Trophy. Billy Spooner, 17, (Woodhall Spa) first represented England in 2012 and contributed to last year’s successful U16 campaign against the other home nations. He has had top ten finishes in this year’s Fairhaven Trophies and the South East of England links championship.last_img read more