Fearnleys Weekly


Sluggish volumes in the Meg and Wafr combined with less delays in Chinese ports has lengthened the list of available tonnage. Charterers firmly in the driving seat have held back and have managed to engineer rates dow...

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Dry bulk

Atlantic hemisphere softening and rates slipping from last week due to little fresh cargoes including less grain from ECSA / to feast. Atlantic rounds paying arnd low 5000 USD depending delivery and duration. Typi...

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It has been a rather uneventful week in the VLGC market, the daily activity level has ranged from very slow to half active. The market cheered when the VLGC Baltic index broke through the USD 30 barrier last week, but...

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The shipbuilding crisis gains momentum as several medias reports that Korean government risks another WTO spat if it intervenes to save shipbuilders, and that STX is likely to enter court receivership. Despite of the...

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