COKING COAL DAILY: Seaborne prices steady as Chinese buyers keep spot market active

Seaborne coking coal prices were steady on Tuesday July 9, with spot market activity driven by the premium hard coking coal sector.

A top-quality cargo changed hands at around $198.50 per tonne cfr China, sources said, adding that another premium cargo had traded at around $191 cfr China. Both cargoes were sold by a trader, they added.  On the Global Coal platform, an offer for a branded cargo was heard at around $185 per tonne fob Australia. But buyer sources...


Deepali Sharma

July 09, 2019

12:53 GMT