Peabody Power pops 8% as B Riley hikes value goal to Road-high $37 (NYSE:BTU)
Peabody Power (NYSE:BTU) +8.4% to its greatest intraday stage since April on Tuesday after B Riley reiterated a Purchase ranking and raised its inventory value goal to a Road-high $37 from $31 beforehand, believing the corporate’s “seaborne met and thermal coal portfolio stays properly positioned to capitalize on traditionally robust coal costs.”
Noting Peabody (BTU) anticipates eliminating all secured debt earlier than the tip of subsequent 12 months, leaving the prior world surety settlement because the final obstacle to capital returns, B Riley analyst Lucas Pipes stated the corporate “stays in a robust place for enhanced monetary flexibility in early 2023, together with the initiation of capital returns alongside additional enhancements to the corporate’s capital construction and legal responsibility administration.”
“With an estimated money place of $1.9B at year-end 2022, we see the corporate in a cushty place to repay its secured debt and defease the ARO with money, alongside a plan for capital returns, modest natural progress outlays, and continued reclamation bonding administration,” Pipes wrote.
Peabody Power (BTU) is “in an ideal spot to ship long-term outperforming shareholder returns, due to accelerating free money circulation and falling debt stage,” Leo Nelissen writes in an evaluation revealed lately on Looking for Alpha.