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Coking market could up CAPP thermal prices in more connected coal market

Speculation over a fourth-quarter benchmark settlement near $200/mt in the Asian seaborne coking coal market has Central Appalachian sources talking of strengthening Central Appalachian thermal prices through the winter, with pricing potentially approaching $70/st. News on Oct. 10 of a Q4 mid-vol deal at $200/mt between Peabody Energy of Australia and Nippon Steel of Japan raised […] The post Coking market could up CAPP thermal prices in more connected coal market appeared first on The Barrel Blog.
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