Impact of hurricane on US grain terminals shakes up bulk trades
Last weekend’s category four hurricane wreaked havoc on several grain terminals in the US Gulf and Mississippi River delta region, which are critical to the US’ cargo import and export capabilities
A number of US grain terminals have been taken offline by Hurricane Ida. This is disrupting soyabean shipments from the Gulf, which have recently become one of the most important trades for dry bulk markets
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