Pessimism lingers in seaborne coking coal market

Pessimism continues to lurk in the seaborne coking coal market, with recent trades failing to perk up prices.

A lower-ranked cargo of premium hard coking coal was sold around $173-174 per tonne cfr China, sources told Metal Bulletin on Wednesday November 1. A similar cargo had traded $3-4 per tonne higher earlier this week. This follows a transaction involving an immediate-laycan cargo of premium low-vol product...


Sophie Zhao

November 01, 2017

10:30 GMT