Liberty Analytics Co. Initiates Independent Research Coverage on Patriot Coal Corp.
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Jun. 23, 2010 (GlobeNewswire) --

CALGARY, Alberta, June 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Liberty Analytics Co., a leading provider of large, small- and micro-cap independent investment research, today initiated coverage on Patriot Coal Corp. (NYSE:PCX). Liberty Analytics is currently offering a complimentary trial subscription. To view our research, go to: www.libertyanalyticsco.com.

About LAC:

Liberty Analytics Co. is a leading provider of independent investment research in North America. Our services include research analysis on the large, small- and micro-cap markets, real-time news and financial data, market commentary and the LAC newsletter. Liberty Analytics' staff of large and small-cap investment professionals is dedicated to providing the market's investment community with the tools and avenues necessary to make the important investment decisions. To view our research reports on a complimentary trial basis and take advantage of our other services, go to www.libertyanalyticsco.com and click on the complimentary trial subscription button on our home page, or go directly to our registration page at www.libertyanalyticsco.com/signup.php.

About Patriot Coal Corp. (NYSE:PCX):

Patriot Coal Corp. (NYSE:PCX) is a producer of coal in the eastern United States, with operations and coal reserves in Appalachia and the Illinois Basin. It is also a producer of metallurgical coal.

LAC Disclosure:

Libertyanalyticsco.com is not a registered investment advisor and nothing contained in any materials should be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell any securities. Liberty Analytics has not been compensated by any of the above-mentioned companies. Please read our report and visit our Web site, www.libertyanalyticsco.com, for complete risks and disclosures.

CONTACT:  Liberty Analytics
          Kevin Mix
          480-626-1850
          info@libertyanalyticsco.com
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