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Special Report: The New Era of Coal Investing

Why Coal Prices Could Double this Year... and How To Profit from the SurgeWelcome to the Coal Bull Market.Coal, whose surging price has outpaced crude oil and natural gas, could double this year.When heavy rains and flooding cripple two million metric tons of thermal coal production at an Ensham mine in Queensland, Australia, coal prices...

Special Report: The New Era of Coal Investing

Why Coal Prices Could Double this Year... and How To Profit from the SurgeWelcome to the Coal Bull Market.Coal, whose surging price has outpaced crude oil and natural gas, could double this year.When heavy rains and flooding cripple two million metric tons of thermal coal production at an Ensham mine in Queensland, Australia, coal prices...

The S&P 500 and Our Crystal Ball

Cejay Kim October 21, 2015 Category: Research The S&P 500 is the most commonly used benchmark in measuring the performance of stocks. Because of the size of its constituents and the liquidity of its market, it is also used as a leading indicator of US equities in general. Thus, a lot of people look to the S&P 500 to get a feel of...

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Erdene Secures Debt Financing for Bayan Khundii Gold Project From Strategic Partner

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, Feb. 08, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Erdene Resource Development Corp. (TSX:ERD; MSE:ERDN) ("Erdene" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the execution of debt finance agreements for up to US$80 million with Mongolian Mining Corporation (“MMC”) to fund construction of the...

Erdene Secures Debt Financing for Bayan Khundii Gold Project From Strategic Partner

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, Feb. 08, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Erdene Resource Development Corp. (TSX:ERD; MSE:ERDN) ("Erdene" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the execution of debt finance agreements for up to US$80 million with Mongolian Mining Corporation (“MMC”) to fund construction of the...

Sherritt Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2023 Results; 2024 Guidance for Metals Outlines Improved Production and Lower Costs

Sherritt International Corporation (“Sherritt”, the “Corporation”) (TSX: S), a world leader in using hydrometallurgical processes to mine and refine nickel and cobalt – metals deemed critical for the energy transition, today reported its financial results for the three months and year ended December 31,...

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Coal Mining News

China coal output up 5.8% in Jan-Feb as new capacity comes online ...

Mar 14, 2023 ... ... coal mining capacity and reopened a number of previously mothballed mines. Shanxi and Inner Mongolia, China's top two mining hubs by ...

US thermal coal exports hit 5-year highs and top $5 billion in 2023 ...

6 days ago ... ... coal miners and exporters will be to meet that enduring coal demand. In response to the roughly 44% decline in coal use for electricity ...

Trump's Executive Order Won't Save Coal Mining Jobs - Bloomberg

Mar 27, 2017 ... President Donald Trump is taking bold steps to boost the declining coal industry, but the moves won't restore many of the jobs lost by coal ...

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How Repeal Of The Clean Power Plan Impacts Investors

This week, as expected, Donald Trump signed an executive order that instructed EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to begin the process of dismantling the Clean Power Plan (CPP). The CPP was first proposed by the Obama administration in 2014 and would have required states to cut carbon dioxide emissions from existing coal- and gas-fired power plants, targeting an emissions reduction of 30% below 2005 levels by 2030.Repeal of the CPP will have an impact on the future of the power sector. As an investor, you should be aware of this impact. We can get an idea about future electricity generation, with and without the CPP, from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) in its 2016 Annual Energy Outlook. The EIA noted the CPP "imposes additional costs on higher-emitting energy sources," and...

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The Unfond Farewell

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