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Price Alert: Shares of Arch (ARCH) Trade 13.12% Higher at Midday October 27

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Shares of Arch Resources Inc – Class A (NYSE: ARCH) rose 13.12% on Thursday.


As of 11:47:35 a.m., Arch sits at $147.93 and is up $17.45 per share in trade so far.


Arch has moved 19.63% in the last 30 days and has moved 51.52% since the start of the year based on the previous close.


The company expects its next results on 2022-10-27.


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




About Arch Resources Inc – Class A

Arch Resources is a leading producer of high quality metallurgical products for the global steel industry. Arch Resources operates large, modern and highly efficient mines that consistently set the industry standard for mine safety and environmental stewardship.



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