COKING COAL DAILY: Wide offer-bid gap keeps market uncertain

Uncertainties continue to linger in the seaborne coking coal spot market, with most participants still keeping away from the premium hard coking coal segment due to a divergence between offers and bids.

While offers for premium hard coking coal have stayed largely stable at $200-204 per tonne cfr China, bids from end users have emerged around $190-195 per tonne cfr, various sources told Fastmarkets on Wednesday April 10. “There will most likely be a cargo in the premium hard coking coal segment offered via a miner’s...


Sophie Zhao

April 10, 2019

12:05 GMT