U.S. coal rail rates find pressure from low met coal prices, demand

(Source: S&P Global Platts, July 30, 2020)

LONDON U.S. coal rail rates came under pressure from low coking coal prices in the second quarter and weaker coal demand in regional and export markets, according to rail operators and suppliers.

Full story: S&P Global Platts

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