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    1. Timely Tax Tips for 2014

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      Tue, 11 Feb 2014

      Value (Lowering) We're reducing our fair value estimate to $19 per share from $23 after reviewing James River Coal Company 's JRCC new financing arrangements and outlook for 2007. The main driver of this change is a higher cost of capital

    2. Dropping Coverage of James River

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      Mon, 23 Apr 2012

      We are dropping coverage of James River Coal JRCC . We have been consistently negative on the company's prospects for many years, and given the continuing challenges faced by

    3. James River Pays Up for Metallurgical Assets

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      Mon, 7 Mar 2011

      James River Coal JRCC released fourth-quarter 2010 earnings, and simultaneously announced a $475 million acquisition for International Resource Partners

    4. James River Likely to Struggle with Resetting Contracts in 2011

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      Fri, 4 Feb 2011

      After teetering on the edge of bankruptcy in 2007, James River JRCC got very lucky in 2008 when coal prices nearly tripled to an all-time high of $145. Management had the foresight to commit

    5. James River Hit by Much Higher Costs in 3Q

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      Fri, 5 Nov 2010

      James River Coal JRCC reported a very weak third quarter. Production fell both sequentially and year over year in both of its operating basins. But

    6. James River Controls Costs in 1Q

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      Mon, 3 May 2010

      James River Coal JRCC reported a good first quarter , turning in a $ 29 per ton gross margin in Central Appalachia , the highest of the companies we

    7. Upper Big Branch's Effect on Massey Likely Muted

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      Fri, 9 Apr 2010

      the sure effect would be to raise mining costs across the basin . This would actually hit smaller miners like James River Coal JRCC , International Coal Group ICO , and hundreds of tiny miners much harder than a major , lower - cost miner like Massey . All

    8. High Costs Continue to Dog James River

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      Fri, 26 Feb 2010

      James River Coal's JRCC fourth-quarter results were hurt greatly by lower production volumes and higher costs. Volumes were down due to lower demand

    9. James River Bets on Solid 2010

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      Wed, 4 Nov 2009

      James River Coal JRCC reported a decent if uneventful quarter Tuesday. As we expected, production volume remained weak at 1.6 million tons for Central

    10. James River Cuts Production, Lowers Guidance

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      Tue, 4 Aug 2009

      James River JRCC reported a decent second quarter, with margins per ton at roughly $25 in Central Appalachia, versus $30 last quarter and

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