coking coal prices
Asian markets expect lower coking coal prices in Q2

In March, China led the decline in quotations
Australian government predicts decline in coking coal prices

The country also lowered the forecast for the export of these products
Global coking coal prices fall significantly in March

Demand for raw materials in the Asian market remains weak
Prices for coking coal in Australia fell amid declining demand

During the period of February 1-8, quotations decreased by 2.3%, and since the beginning of the year – by 5.2%
Global coking coal prices remain relatively stable in December

Currently, quotations have lost momentum for growth, logistical problems may become the impetus for growth
Global prices for coking coal continued to rise in October

In early November, the price trend changed due to an increase in market supply

Prices for steel raw materials showed a significant rise in September

Further positive dynamics are at risk due to the potential deterioration of the Chinese economy
Coking coal prices for September increased by 24% amid low supply

Quotations of raw materials in Australia for the month increased to $333/t, and in China – to $280/t
Fitch raised its forecasts for iron ore and coking coal prices

It is expected that the price of iron ore in the current year will be $110/t
Australia predicts a drop in coking coal prices to $200/t by 2025

In 2023, according to the forecasts of the country's government, coking coal quotes will be at the level of $273/t
World coking coal prices rose amid recovery of China’s steel market

The trend is not considered long-term as the steel market is volatile
Australia raises price forecast for iron ore and coking coal

Prices are currently forecast at $60/t and $140/t FOB for iron ore and coking coal

1 2