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Dry cargo fixture and market reports dated 30 May 2019

31 May 2019

CAPESIZE: The market was characterised over the past 24 hours by a flurry of tender cargoes both in the Asia and Atlantic basins. The Baltic Exchange daily fixture report features daily updates on the Baltic exchange indexes, timecharters, periods, voyage fixtures and is listed by ship name, size, delivery place and freight rate. The weekly dry bulk market report by the Baltic Exchange contains news impacting the following segments; capesize, panamax, supramax and handysize. 

Dry cargo fixture and market reports dated 7 March 2019

08 March 2019

CAPESIZE: Today saw at least one Capesize snatching a Panamax cargo and rumours of a second although this was denied. The Baltic Exchange daily fixture report features daily updates on the Baltic exchange indexes, timecharters, periods, voyage fixtures and is listed by ship name, size, delivery place and freight rate. The weekly dry bulk market report by the Baltic Exchange contains news impacting the following segments; capesize, panamax, supramax and handysize. 

Dry Bulk Shipping - New orders are still inked at high pace. 2012 is now set to be the biggest delivery year of them all at 88 million DWT

10 October 2010

Following the summer dip where Capesize was hit badly, dry bulk freight rates have once again bounced back like a tumbler. Capesize rates are back at year-to-date average around USD 30,000 per day. Capesize freight rates are moving like a heartbeat, but at lower and lower pulse levels and going deeper and deeper as more vessels enter the market. In spite of remaining inefficiencies in the supply chain, slow steaming, and continued strong demand for raw materials going forward, the big ships are in for a fundamental imbalance between supply and demand.

Dry Bulk Shipping - The haunted dry bulk sector awaits positive demand impact from China and is beaten by supply growth in record territory.

13 June 2012

The dry bulk market is under immense pressure, as the retreating weight of China as the driver of the market is extensively felt. At a time when supply growth simply breaks new mind-blowing delivery records, the demand situation is pitching in a bit too. Currently, there are reports of Chinese customers in the steel industry that are refusing to honour their contract as prices drop, and stock piles are fuller than normal at a time when steel mills take their foot off the throttle following a red-hot production period in recent months.