MEG market implications from coal and energy policies in China
The MEG market in China has been fluctuating wildly since the impact of “dual control” policy intensified in mid-September. In the Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE), MEG futures market has hit the price limit on main contract months six times since mid-September. Prior to this, the limit was hit only once this year, in February, coinciding with the winter freeze in US. The insight looks at what has happened in the MEG market this year, and the latest event that is linked to the coal market and policies in China.