Coal Stocks at China’s Bohai Sea Ports Slip 0.8% to 13.8 Mil Mt

- November 28th, 2011

Platts reported that four Chinese ports saw coal stocksdrop on November 27.

Platts reported that four Chinese ports saw coal stocks drop on November 27.

As quoted in the market news:

Qinhuangdao Port had 6.56 million mt of coal in stock as of November 27, down 315,000 mt, or 4.58%, from the week before; Tianjin Port held 2.15 million mt of coal on November 27, down 199,000 mt or 8.47% from the week before.

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