The outlook for shipping is largely a question of how long-term your view is
The cautious optimism that carriers expressed for 2018 has not quite come to pass, and there are more sharks still lurking beneath the surface. Looking forward to 2019-2020 the carriers still face challenging conditions, although the nature of the challenges will be changing — some gradually, and some more acutely
Nascent recovery in product tanker market will be put to the test in 2019
Near term, banks are lending less to shipping and sources of capital are getting tighter. Long term, shipping finance as we know it will disappear into corporate finance
The market is just past the cyclical nadir and on an upswing
Understanding key legal developments and cases is an essential component of risk management
Demand looks healthy, supply factors are in check for now, so the outlook for 2019 is looking positive
Geopolitical wildcards seen testing crude tanker market recovery
In 2019 regulators will settle final details around the 2020 sulphur cap and try to offer greater clarity on greenhouse gas measures
The global appetite for liquefied natural gas is rising as new demand hot spots for the clean-burning fuel are developing
Marine insurers are heading into the uncharted waters of changing risk
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