Seaborne coking coal prices end week lower

Premium hard coking coal prices were stable on Friday September 15, having ceded some ground earlier in the week as offer prices softened and transactions concluded at lower levels.

Metal Bulletin’s fob Australia Premium Hard Coking Coal Index was at $206.45 per tonne during the day, unchanged from Thursday, having dropped in the middle of the week as sellers lowered their offers.
Metal Bulletin’s cfr China Premium Hard Coking Coal Index too was unchanged on Friday, at $210.63 per tonne. The index had fallen on Wednesday following the conclusion of a transaction around $210 per tonne cfr China.

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Deepali Sharma

September 15, 2017

12:01 GMT