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A dramatic year for metallurgical coal

November 30, 2017 / www.metalbulletin.com

About a year ago, metallurgical coal embarked on a long journey of great volatility and disruption. It emerged as the best performing commodity in 2016 after several years of declining prices. Prices have dropped and spiked several times since then and the volatility continued in 2017 with a cyclone disrupting the market and eventually also affecting the way the commodity is priced. Although therm...Read More

Responding to rising coking coal prices

November 30, 2017 / www.metalbulletin.com

The past year, soaring metallurgical coal prices have greatly affected the costs involved in producing pig iron, a form of crude iron which is the product of the blast furnace. Metal Bulletin Research's Global Steel Cost Service details how coking coal and coke costs usually averaged around 35% of total pig iron production expenditure in 2014 and 2015 while iron ore stood for the majority of costs...Read More

A dramatic year for metallurgical coal

November 30, 2017 / www.metalbulletin.com

About a year ago, metallurgical coal embarked on a long journey of great volatility and disruption. It emerged as the best performing commodity in 2016 after several years of declining prices. Prices have dropped and spiked several times since then and the volatility continued in 2017 with a cyclone disrupting the market and eventually also affecting the way the commodity is priced. Although therm...Read More

Responding to rising coking coal prices

November 30, 2017 / www.metalbulletin.com

The past year, soaring metallurgical coal prices have greatly affected the costs involved in producing pig iron, a form of crude iron which is the product of the blast furnace. Metal Bulletin Research's Global Steel Cost Service details how coking coal and coke costs usually averaged around 35% of total pig iron production expenditure in 2014 and 2015 while iron ore stood for the majority of costs...Read More

A dramatic year for metallurgical coal

November 30, 2017 / www.metalbulletin.com

About a year ago, metallurgical coal embarked on a long journey of great volatility and disruption. It emerged as the best performing commodity in 2016 after several years of declining prices. Prices have dropped and spiked several times since then and the volatility continued in 2017 with a cyclone disrupting the market and eventually also affecting the way the commodity is priced. Although therm...Read More

Responding to rising coking coal prices

November 30, 2017 / www.metalbulletin.com

The past year, soaring metallurgical coal prices have greatly affected the costs involved in producing pig iron, a form of crude iron which is the product of the blast furnace. Metal Bulletin Research's Global Steel Cost Service details how coking coal and coke costs usually averaged around 35% of total pig iron production expenditure in 2014 and 2015 while iron ore stood for the majority of costs...Read More

OPEC likely to extend production cuts

November 30, 2017 / www.woodmac.com

UPDATE: This week's OPEC meeting in Vienna culminated today in a smooth rollover of production cuts through 2018, with a potential escape clause set for their June meeting. OPEC and non-OPEC countries - notably Russia - agreed to keep the current production restraint in place through 2018, which matches the base case assumption for our price forecast from July 2017.With the rollover in place and t...Read More

A dramatic year for metallurgical coal

November 30, 2017 / www.metalbulletin.com

About a year ago, metallurgical coal embarked on a long journey of great volatility and disruption. It emerged as the best performing commodity in 2016 after several years of declining prices. Prices have dropped and spiked several times since then and the volatility continued in 2017 with a cyclone disrupting the market and eventually also affecting the way the commodity is priced. Although therm...Read More

Responding to rising coking coal prices

November 30, 2017 / www.metalbulletin.com

The past year, soaring metallurgical coal prices have greatly affected the costs involved in producing pig iron, a form of crude iron which is the product of the blast furnace. Metal Bulletin Research's Global Steel Cost Service details how coking coal and coke costs usually averaged around 35% of total pig iron production expenditure in 2014 and 2015 while iron ore stood for the majority of costs...Read More

OPEC likely to extend production cuts

November 30, 2017 / www.woodmac.com

Access our research platformsSign-in to our platforms to access our extensive research, our latest insight, data and analytics and to connect to our industry experts.UPDATE: This week's OPEC meeting in Vienna culminated today in a smooth rollover of production cuts through 2018, with a potential escape clause set for their June meeting. OPEC and non-OPEC countries - notably Russia - agreed to keep...Read More

OPEC likely to extend production cuts

November 30, 2017 / www.woodmac.com

Access our research platformsSign-in to our platforms to access our extensive research, our latest insight, data and analytics and to connect to our industry experts.UPDATE: This week's OPEC meeting in Vienna culminated today in a smooth rollover of production cuts through 2018, with a potential escape clause set for their June meeting. OPEC and non-OPEC countries - notably Russia - agreed to keep...Read More

OPEC extends production cuts through 2018

November 30, 2017 / www.woodmac.com

Access our research platformsSign-in to our platforms to access our extensive research, our latest insight, data and analytics and to connect to our industry experts.UPDATE: This week's OPEC meeting in Vienna culminated today in a smooth rollover of production cuts through 2018, with a potential escape clause set for their June meeting. OPEC and non-OPEC countries - notably Russia - agreed to keep...Read More

OPEC extends production cuts through 2018

November 30, 2017 / www.woodmac.com

Access our research platformsSign-in to our platforms to access our extensive research, our latest insight, data and analytics and to connect to our industry experts.UPDATE: This week's OPEC meeting in Vienna culminated today in a smooth rollover of production cuts through 2018, with a potential escape clause set for their June meeting. OPEC and non-OPEC countries - notably Russia - agreed to keep...Read More

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OPEC extends production cuts through 2018

November 30, 2017 / www.woodmac.com

Access our research platformsSign-in to our platforms to access our extensive research, our latest insight, data and analytics and to connect to our industry experts.UPDATE: This week's OPEC meeting in Vienna culminated today in a smooth rollover of production cuts through 2018, with a potential escape clause set for their June meeting. OPEC and non-OPEC countries - notably Russia - agreed to keep...Read More

OPEC extends production cuts through 2018

November 30, 2017 / www.woodmac.com

Access our research platformsSign-in to our platforms to access our extensive research, our latest insight, data and analytics and to connect to our industry experts.UPDATE: This week's OPEC meeting in Vienna culminated today in a smooth rollover of production cuts through 2018, with a potential escape clause set for their June meeting. OPEC and non-OPEC countries - notably Russia - agreed to keep...Read More

OPEC extends production cuts through 2018

November 30, 2017 / www.woodmac.com

Access our research platformsSign-in to our platforms to access our extensive research, our latest insight, data and analytics and to connect to our industry experts.UPDATE: This week's OPEC meeting in Vienna culminated today in a smooth rollover of production cuts through 2018, with a potential escape clause set for their June meeting. OPEC and non-OPEC countries - notably Russia - agreed to keep...Read More

OPEC extends production cuts through 2018

November 30, 2017 / www.woodmac.com

Access our research platformsSign-in to our platforms to access our extensive research, our latest insight, data and analytics and to connect to our industry experts.UPDATE: This week's OPEC meeting in Vienna culminated today in a smooth rollover of production cuts through 2018, with a potential escape clause set for their June meeting. OPEC and non-OPEC countries - notably Russia - agreed to keep...Read More

Nasdaq Wraps Up Worst Day Since August

November 29, 2017 / www.schaeffersresearch.com

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and S&P 500 Index (SPX) started the session hitting record highs, as traders cheered a strong third-quarter gross domestic product (GDP) reading, which helps strengthen the case for a December rate hike. The Dow eventually closed at an all-time peak, as Wall Street continued to bet on bank stocks ahead of this week's GOP tax reform vote, and UnitedHealth (UN...Read More

United Technologies Stock Tests Key Moving Average Ahead of Bullish Month

November 29, 2017 / www.schaeffersresearch.com

For the first half of 2017, Dow stock United Technologies Corporation (NYSE:UTX) was flying high thanks to strong support from the 50-day moving average, finally hitting a record high of $124.79 in July. Since then, though, it's been a rocky ride for shareholders, as the 50-day actually turned to resistance and eventually the equity traded as low as $109 in September. Now, UTX stock is testing the...Read More

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