Coal Seen Dropping Below $50 in Rout as Output Fails to SlowBy
Miners maintaining output amid strong dollar, low oil costs
European price may fall as low as $45, according to Nena
Coal may drop below $50 a metric ton this year as a supply glut combines with a slide in emerging market currencies that supports exports.
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