August 06, 2018 - ALLIANCE RESOURCE PARTNERS LP (NASDAQ:ARLP) has filed a financial statement reporting Revenues of $516,137,000 USD. Previously, on May 07, 2018, ALLIANCE RESOURCE PARTNERS LP reported Revenues of $457,122,000 USD. This represents a change of 12.91% in Revenues.
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