|Arch Coal, Inc. Files Form 10-Q|
Arch successfully completed its financial restructuring and emerged from Chapter 11 on
Arch plans to issue an earnings release covering the time period following emergence in early 2017, and plans to host an investor conference call to discuss operational and financial results concurrent with the release.
An update to Arch's regional operating performance and liquidity position covering the third quarter can be found in the "Investor" section of the
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