- Peabody Energy (BTU) CEO Gregory Boyce believes coal prices are set to rise over the next year and Barron's thinks "even a modest upturn would light a fire under [the company's] shares."
- Jacqueline Doherty says "there are multiple signs of equilibrium returning to the industry," including pressure on supply thanks to the closure of high-cost mines and increasing demand as some electric utilities switch back to coal from natural gas.
- If "the ideal time to buy cyclicals is when earnings are depressed and price/earnings multiples are lofty," then BTU shares may be a bargain.
- Watch for a potential Barron's bounce on Monday.
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