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FIS sees hedging opportunities from new grains route

The Baltic Exchange has introduced a new grains route covering Brazil to China trades. One global freight and commodity derivatives broker sees hedging opportunities arise from the new assessment

Forward freight agreement volumes in the dry bulk market have risen 37% in the 12 weeks this year versus the same period in 2018


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