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Spot Coking Coal in U.S. Falls as Slack Demand Prompts Discounts

December 20, 2013

Low-volatility coal fell 50 cents, or 0.4 percent, to $134.70/ton * U.S. met coal market “has been lacking overall direction during the past week, as focus remains on longer-term supply contract negotiations” * SOURCE: IHS Energy Publishing Inc., Knoxville, Tennessee-based data provider NOTE: Energy Publishing Inc. says it surveys buyers and sellers of coal to determine pricing.

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