Thermal coal fell sharply by 11.25% to US$92.3 per ton Thursday (Feb 8), but the commodity still gained 15.74% year-on-year. Coal was the worst performing commodity that day, while WTI crude and Brent crude slided further to US$60.4 and US$64.1 per barrel respectively. This was also the deepest correction after nearly three months of rally, which lifting the commodity from US$90 to nearly US$110 per ton.To subscribe please click here