COKING COAL DAILY: Lower offer emerges for premium products

Premium hard coking coal was offered lower on Wednesday February 27 while the rest of the seaborne market for the steelmaking raw material remained steady amid a dearth of activity.

A cargo of unbranded materials was offered on trading platform Global Coal at $216 per tonne fob Australia during the day, sources told Fastmarkets. This is $2 per tonne lower than an offer of $218 per tonne fob Australia made for a cargo in the same segment in the last two days, they said. In China, there were no reports of trading activity,...


Sophie Zhao

February 27, 2019

10:30 GMT