Market Mover: Ramaco (METC) Falls at Midday June 23

Equities Staff  |

Shares of Ramaco Resources Inc (NASDAQ: METC) lost 7.08% Thursday.

As of 12:02:35 est, Ramaco  sits at $13.62 and has moved $1.03 per share in trading so far.

Ramaco has moved 3.71% over the last 30 days and has a YTD change of 7.84% based on the previous close.

The company anticipates its next earnings on 2022-08-02.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on Ramaco visit the company profile.

About Ramaco Resources Inc

Ramaco Resources, Inc. is an operator and developer of high-quality, low-cost metallurgical coal in southern West Virginia, southwestern Virginiaand southwestern Pennsylvania. Its executive offices are in Lexington, Kentucky, with operational offices in Charleston, West Virginia. The Company has five active mines within two mining complexes at this time.

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