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Making sense of sky-high coal prices in Asia

Thermal coal prices in Asia rose to record highs in early September and have only fallen back slightly since. This was despite no major supply disruptions and in contrast to falls in other energy prices in Asia and Europe. It appears that demand for coal in Asia has been unusually strong relative to Europe and think that coal prices in Asia will fall closer to Europe’s over 2023.

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