Via UBS, Brazil’s loss is our gain:
Initial data from Marine Traffic shows Australia’s Big 4 (BHP, RIO, FMG and Roy Hill) shipped 82.2Mt in June 2020, +12% m/m (annualised) and up 10% y/y. This represents a run rate of ~1,001Mtpa, the highest run rate since Dec-19 (925Mtpa). JQ 20 shipments were ~228Mt, up 5% y/y. Roy Hill shipped 6.3Mt for the month, +17% m/m
(annualised) and up ~40% y/y, equivalent to a rate of ~77Mtpa. Roy Hill’s JQ 20 run rate was ~62Mtpa, above the JQ 19 rate of ~55Mtpa.
RIO shipped 31.6Mt in June, up 17% m/m (annualised) and +14% y/y. On an annualised basis, JQ 20 shipments were ~384Mtpa. Shipments for the quarter were ~88.1Mt, up ~3% y/y. For H1 20 Rio shipped 161Mt, up 4.2% y/y. RIO is guiding to 324-334Mt. If Rio were to run at a 340Mtpa rate for the remainder of 2020, shipments would be ~332Mt.
BHP shipments for June were 28.1Mt, up ~12% m/m (annualised) and 9% y/y. On an annualised basis, JQ 20 shipments were 78.0Mt (~313Mtpa), +8% y/y. FY 20 shipments were ~284Mt, up 5% from FY 19 (~270Mt), and towards the top end of guidance of 273-286Mt.
FMG shipped 16.3Mt in June, +7.1% m/m (annualised) and down 5% y/y. JQ 20 shipments were ~47Mt, up ~1% against JQ 19 shipments. FMG FY 20 shipments were 177.9Mt, ahead of revised guidance of 175-177Mt (prev. 170-175Mt).
Wed don’t need the CCP at all. But it desperately needs us to support its ponzi-economy.
Let’s apply an export tariff.