COKING COAL DAILY: Lower offer emerges in second-tier segment

Prices for seaborne premium hard coking coal were mostly stable on Tuesday March 26, although the emergence of a lower offer for second-tier products put some pressure on the segment.

An April-loading cargo of a top Australian brand sold at a 4% premium against an index to an end user in eastern China while a shipment of premium mid-vol hard coking coal was traded at $203 per tonne cfr China, sources told Fastmarkets during the day. Another...


Sophie Zhao

March 26, 2019

10:36 GMT