Early Trading Has Peabody Energy New (BTU) Falling for June 22

Equities Staff  |

Peabody Energy Corp. New (NYSE:BTU) is active in pre-market trading today, June 22, with shares losing 5.54% from the last closing price.

The stock is up 134.56% year-to-date while moving 3.46% gains over the last 5 days.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on Peabody Energy New visit the company profile.

Pre-market prices and movements as of 08:07:04 est.

About Peabody Energy Corp. New

Peabody is a leading coal producer, providing essential products to fuel baseload electricity for emerging and developed countries and create the steel needed to build foundational infrastructure. The company's commitment to sustainability underpins its activities today and helps to shape the strategy for the future.

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