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Tanker Shipping - Crude oil tankers buoyed by low supply growth, as winter season approaches

15 October 2014

The world seems to be awash with oil these days, to an extent that no geo-political tensions in the oil-rich producing nations can make us “scared enough” to hike oil prices. We seem to have become accustomed to a world where such tension is the norm. This is very good news for the world economy, as it brings down the cost of energy – despite a number of ongoing major conflicts and the challenges related to Ebola in West Africa.

Container Shipping

28 October 2009

An ”L-shaped” market in the making? Demand: The overall sluggish demand picture has resulted in slow steaming and idle capacity equal to 550 vessels comprising 10% of current trading fleet or 1.3 million TEU. 

Dry Bulk Shipping

15 December 2009

Enjoy the ride while it lasts - before over-supply of capacity takes over. Demand: Chinese imports of iron ore and coal have been the dominating factor throughout the year

Macro Economics - A cautiously optimistic outlook supports the road towards higher growth and reinstates stronger business confidence

11 April 2012

The global economy is getting better. The dark clouds that were piling up towards the end of 2011 have now spread, as brisk winds of change are beginning to restore optimism. However, the economic crisis is still not over and many tough political decisions have to be made before we can stand on top of a sustainable recovery. Three factors give us reason to believe things are getting better: