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Weekly reviews of Dry Cargo Shipping markets from leading analysts.

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Fearnelys

January 17, 2019

After a slow start to the week an injection of activity mid-week has seen VLCC rate nudge up slightly, although for modern ships only. (more…)
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Fearnleys1

January 10, 2019

VLCC January has so far not given much cause for celebration for VLCC owners. (more…)
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Fearnleys1

January 3, 2019

Despite the end year holidays , ships have quietly been fixed off , particularly in the Meg. (more…)
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Fearnleys1

December 20, 2018

VLCC; with the Dec program concluded this week’s focus has been on early Jan cargoes from MEG. (more…)
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Intermodal

December 12, 2018

China’s monthly iron ore imports dropped for the first time this year joined by declines in copper and soybeans as economic growth slows in the...
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Fearnleys1

November 29, 2018

Aframax in the North Sea and Baltic are experiencing a firmer market when we are now fixing cargoes with December laycan. (more…)
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Intermodal

November 28, 2018

Last week I had the privilege to attend the SingularityU Greece Summit, in Athens... (more…)
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EA-Gibson

November 26, 2018

Low water levels on the Rhine have remained a persistent problem for the European commodity markets since the summer, forcing many refineries and industrial plants...
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Fearnleys1

November 22, 2018

VLCC market showing signs of strengthening again after a quiet week with most of the market-players away in Dubai. (more…)
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Intermodal

November 21, 2018

Halfway through the fourth and last quarter of the year, we spot a significant change in freight rates for tankers trading dirty, as well as...
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Fearnelys

November 15, 2018

With most of the VLCC market players in Dubai for the Bahri reception this week, the activity has remained calm with little excitement. (more…)
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Intermodal

November 14, 2018

The shipping industry is going through an interesting period across all markets. (more…)
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Fearnleys1

November 8, 2018

After the w100 mark was breached last week on the vlcc’s the market now has taken a breather. (more…)
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Intermodal

October 31, 2018

Since the IMO’s 2020 global cap on sulphur in marine fuels is coming into force, ship-owners have to decide whether they will operate using emissions...
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Fearnleys1

October 25, 2018

VLCC: The Nov program in Meg is well under way but the general volumes not quite sufficient to avoid charterers going after those with slight...
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