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Colombian coal market to provide short-term support to capesize market, while Russian shipments to China to provide long-term aid to the embattled handysize and supramax segments
Hong Kong-listed dry bulk owner says IMO 2020 will lead to a contraction in supply and potentially more scrapping
If this is indeed the start of a new trade war between Beijing and Ottawa, this could have significant repercussions on oilseed and grain trade, shipbroker Banchero Costa warns
Freight rates for supramax vessels trading from Indonesia to China have started to fade as owners are now staying away from this market, brokers noted
Hashim forecasts healthy supply-demand fundamentals in the dry bulk shipping market but warns that the recovery could be characterised by extreme volatility
As Australia suffers a significant hit to its wheat exports, Asian wheat importers have consolidated their dominance over Argentine and Russian imports, benefiting tonne-mile demand
The new regulations will penalise poor performers and older ships, while benefiting stronger companies with high-quality ships, says Pacific Basin chief executive Mats Berglund
The 2014-built SDARI-64 type vessel is due to be delivered during the fourth quarter
Trade tensions, Chinese policies and supply disruptions may continue to affect market landscape even as fleet growth remains low
Offer for Oslo-listed supramax owner pegged at NKr5.5 per share, a 10% premium to Tuesday’s closing price
The latest cape rally in a volatile market has pushed up BDI to its highest in a month
Strong seaborne trade demand from China and rising bunker prices point to healthy freight earnings for bulker owners
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