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Americans on the hook for White House's fight against global warming?

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  1. New Carbon Power Pollution Standards Ignite Backlash

    The Obama administration on Friday announced regulations setting strict limits on the amount of carbon pollution that can be generated by any new U.S. power plant, w...

  2. Coal Plants Not Worried Yet After Obama Speech

    FBN’s Jeff Flock reports that coal plants in the United States feel Obama’s energy speech yesterday could have been a lot scarier for the industry.

  3. Career Accelerator 6/25/2013

    How to be a problem finder, is car manufacturing a good career to get into? Plus: Will the coal industry suffer?

  4. Flock: It Could Have Been Worse for the Coal Industry

    FBN's Jeff Flock on the coal industry’s reaction to President Obama's climate change speech.

  5. Will Stocks Continue to Push Higher?

    DLS Capital managing partner David Steinberg, Unified Trust managing director of wealth management Kevin Avent and UNTL Capital partner Maged Bishara give their predictions and stock picks.

  6. For One Day, Coal ETF is a Diamond

    The once high-flying Market Vectors Coal ETF (NYSE:KOL) is, for what feels like the first time in ages, enjoying a solid performance in Wednesday trade. Sparked by s...

  7. Consol Energy CEO: The World Wants Natural Gas

    Consol Energy CEO J. Brett Harvey on the outlook for coal and natural gas.

  8. Market Wrap for Thursday, April 18: Market Pullback Continues; Dow Loses 81

    The stock market recorded losses for the third day this week as a couple of economic reports showed that the economy may be slowing.The Conference Board's Index of L...

  9. Soros Fund Exits LinkedIn, Amazon, Groupon

    Soros Fund Management LLC, run by billionaire investor George Soros, reported Thursday it cut its stakes in the SPDR Gold Trust , General Motors and General Electric...

  10. U.S. HOT STOCKS: Zynga, Take-Two, Shutterfly Active in Late Trading

    U.S. stocks closed higher Tuesday, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average recently added 99 points to 13979, the Standard & Poor's rose 1% to 1511, and the Nasdaq Compo...

  11. Arch Coal Loss Deeper than Expected, NYSE Euronext Tops Estimates

    FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down fourth-quarter earnings reports

  12. Can Coal Investing Heat Up Your Portfolio?

    FBN’s Charles Payne on the outlook for Arch Coal Inc .

  1. How to discern the value stocks from the value traps

    Barron’s Senior Editor Jack Hough on the stocks that are the best values for investors.

  2. EPA Talk Sets Coal Stocks on Fire

    Coal stocks soared on Thursday, adding to their impressive rally so far in December.There didn't appear to be any major news, other than some comments earlier in the...

  3. Arch Coal Jumps 4.7% On Proposed Financial Changes

    Arch Coal Inc. gained 4.7% Tuesday following news the coal producer was pursuing measures to improve its financial flexibility. Arch Coal wants to amend its senior s...

  4. Futures Flat as Indexes Remain at Record Highs

    U.S. stock index futures were little changed on Tuesday, as investors looked ahead to upcoming economic data to see whether the recent equity rally has been justifie...

  5. Time to 'Be Greedy' with Peabody Energy?

    Legendary investor Warren Buffett has always counseled to "Be fearful when others are greedy, and greedy when others are fearful."Investors have certainly been "fear...

  6. EPA Rules Trigger More Selling of Coal Stocks

    Shares of coal stocks retreated Friday morning after the Obama administration unveiled proposed rule changes that would force new U.S. coal-fired power plants to use...

  7. Coal Stocks Fall on EPA Proposal

    Coal stocks are falling this morning after new proposals by the EPA that would severely limit the ability of companies to build the kind of coal-fired plants that ac...

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