Coal prices are likely to rebound from the bottom in Q3 as demand starts to recover, as indicated by the higher-than-average utilization rate expected in Q1-Q2 next year. However, the signal is not strong enough to drive the market into bullish territory. Source: Rodrigo Echeverri, Noble Group
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