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COVID-19 and wet weather drive Yancoal's production costs higher

SHIFTS lost to the COVID-19 response, continued wet weather, and unplanned maintenance during the September quarter have hurt Yancoal's production at several of its operations.

Yancoal revised its operating cash cost guidance to $66-68 per tonne, up from $62-$64/t.

Yancoal revised its operating cash cost guidance to $66-68 per tonne, up from $62-$64/t.

The reduced output, combined with higher uncontrollable costs necessitated a revision of the company's operating cash cost guidance to $66-68 per tonne, up from $62-$64/t. "We are now unlikely to recover...

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