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How record low European thermal coal prices have been shaped by Colombian exports

with Jaime Concha

October 01, 2015 14:26:14 EST (7:20)

In keeping with global coal market trends, Europe remains smothered in an excess of coal supply, seeing cheap thermal coal imported from Russia, Colombia and occasionally South Africa. This has been met with low demand from European utilities and high stocks stemming from several years of relatively subdued weather. Accompanied visually by the latest Platts and market data analysis, Jaime Concha, Platts Coal Trader International editor, examines the recent record lows in the European market, focusing on how this has been shaped by steady Colombian exports and wider macroeconomic factors.

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