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Cyclone Debbie: Coking coal prices post biggest one-day gain on record amid rail damage

Friday 7th of April 2017 10:02:44 AM



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Coking coal prices have experienced their biggest one-day price surge on record as rail outages block up to half the world's export shipments.



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