COKING COAL DAILY: Prices fall due to global market volatility; Aurizon confirms Queensland rail network is operating

Seaborne premium hard coking coal prices fell on Tuesday March 10, amid bearish sentiment caused by volatility in global financial markets and, more specifically, due to cuts in domestic coke prices in China.

Fastmarkets indices
Premium hard coking coal, fob DBCT: $157.29 per tonne, down $1.36 per tonne
Premium hard coking coal, cfr Jingtang: $166.66 per tonne, down $2.78 per tonne
Hard coking coal, fob DBCT: $144.01 per tonne, unchanged
Hard coking coal, cfr Jingtang: $152.25 per tonne, down $0.25 per tonne
Trading activity in the spot market was muted, with no transactions heard.


Deepali Sharma

Li Min

March 10, 2020

12:40 GMT