WLT  Walter Energy Inc.

Exchange

NYSE

Sector

Energy

Industry

Coal Mining

Market Cap.

39.74M

Vuru Grade

18.35/100

Current Price

$0.49
-0.0299 (-5.7280%)

Company Metrics

  • 10.34 P/E
  • 0.0331 P/S
  • 0.2138 P/B
  • -6.626 EPS
  • 5.86% Cash ROIC
  • 1.11 Cash Ratio
  • 0.04 / 8.8% Dividend
  • 2.54M Avg. Vol.
  • 66.30M Shares
  • 39.74M Market Cap.

Company Description

Walter Energy, Inc. produces and exports metallurgical coal for the steel industry primarily in the United States. The company also produces steam coal, coal bed methane gas, metallurgical coke, and other related products. It principally serves electric utility and industrial customers. The company was formerly known as Walter Industries, Inc. and changed its name to Walter Energy, Inc. in April 2...
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News

BBJ Weekly Roundup: Walter Energy faces layoffs, Aston Martin talks Alabama ...
Birmingham Business Journal - 21 hours ago
Walter Energy expects to lay off hundreds in Alabama if market does not adjust: Walter Energy could lay off as many as 370 in Alabama by July if the coal market does not improve.
Why Walter Energy, Inc. Has Crashed 69% in 2014
Motley Fool - Sep 8, 2014
Owning shares of Walter Energy (NYSE: WLT ) so far this year has been the financial equivalent of getting repeatedly hit in the head with a sledgehammer.
Why Walter Energy (WLT) Stock Is Declining Today - TheStreet.com
Walter Energy Inc (WLT) Drops 8.14% on May 22
Equities.com - 8 hours ago
Walter Energy Inc (WLT) was one of the Russell 2000's biggest losers for Friday May 22 as the stock slid 8.14% to $0.48, a loss of $-0.0425 per share.
Walter Energy names new chief accounting officer
Birmingham Business Journal - May 19, 2015
Hoover-based Walter Energy Inc., a major producer and exporter of metallurgical coal, has named Brian Chopin as its acting corporate controller and chief accounting officer.
Walter Energy (WLT) Narrows Loss, Bankruptcy Fear Looms
Zacks.com - May 12, 2015
Metallurgical coal producer Walter Energy Inc. (WLT - Analyst Report) reported an operating loss of $1.08 per share in the first quarter of 2015, narrower than the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $1.42 per share and the year-ago loss of $1.47 per share.
As Coal Companies Struggle, Walter Energy's Future Looks Bleak
Seeking Alpha - Apr 14, 2015
Going forward, I do not foresee any noticeable improvement in met coal prices, therefore, the performance of U.S. met coal miners like Walter Energy (NYSE:WLT) and Alpha Natural Resources (NYSE:ANR) is expected to remain challenging. At present, given ...
Form 8-K Walter Energy, Inc. For: Apr 15
StreetInsider.com - Apr 15, 2015
On April 15, 2015, Walter Energy, Inc. (the "Company") issued a press release announcing that it has elected to exercise the 30-day grace period under the terms of the indentures governing its 9.5% Senior Secured Notes due in 2019 and its 8.5% Senior ...
Walter Energy Inc (NYSE:WLT) on Watch - Street Report
Walter Energy Provides Update on Efforts to Improve Its Capital Structure - MarketWatch
Walter Energy may lay off 370 in Alabama if market doesn't improve
Birmingham Business Journal - May 18, 2015
Walter Energy could lay off as many as 370 in Alabama by July if the coal market does not improve, according to a spokesperson from the company. The Hoover-based energy firm has been battling a difficult market in recent years, thanks to dropping coal ...
Coal mining cut backs - Alabama's News Leader
Why coal miners plunged? - Walter Energy, Inc. (WLT), Arch Coal Inc (ACI ...
Wall Street Observer - May 20, 2015
Coal miners sank as a slump in coal prices worsened. Walter Energy, Inc. (NYSE:WLT), Arch Coal Inc (NYSE:ACI), Peabody Energy Corporation (NYSE:BTU) and Alpha Natural Resources, Inc. (NYSE:ANR) all declined sharply following coal prices lower.
Walter Energy: A Contrarian Play With Tremendous Upside Potential (WLT)
Seeking Alpha (registration) - Feb 9, 2015
Walter Energy has had a devastating 4 years. Not only has the price of their major product, metallurgical coal, collapsed from a high of $330/ton in 2011 to $117/ton where it sits now but they suffered from a failed expansion at the peak of the market ...