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China coal short-term outlook April 2017: supply recovery pressuring prices

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First signs of supply recovery were confirmed in April when the government indicated a 1.9% growth year on year for the month of March. However the utility stocks remain low at this stage and the production growth needs to sustain. Key indicators suggest that there is a good chance price correction would stay this time and slowly fall to the government guidance. In early April traders took advantage of the spot price rally in the seaborne market and exported nearly 1 Mt metallurgical coal ex stock at northern Chinese ports. With normalising Australian supply and dropping prices we expect Chinese buyers to increase imports and replenish stocks.

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Table of contents

  • Executive summary
  • Prices
  • Demand
  • Supply

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This report includes 9 images and tables including:

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  • Monthly coal-fired generation, TWh
  • Monthly hydropower generation, TWh
  • Monthly throughput at Qinhuangdao, Mt
  • Monthly throughput at Huanghua, Mt
  • Monthly hot metal production, Mt
  • Monthly metallurgical coke production, Mt
  • Prices: Image 1
  • Prices: Image 2

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