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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, March 22 2017

Cape business on the Pacific remained firm as freight rates are still attractive enough for China to continue importing, and there’s been no ordering for more than a year.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, March 15 2017

Cape Atlantic business remained firm particularly from Brazil to the China despite a lack of cargoes in the East.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, March 08 2017

The Cape market has remained firm particularly for trips from Australia and South Africa.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, March 01 2017

The Cape market has shown mixed sentiment this week following holidays in Brazil as well as Asia.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, February 22 2017

Cape rates have firmed following fresh enquiries across the market, particularly for Brazil to China.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, February 15 2017

Cape period rates remained at strong levels as FFAs continue to perform and spot rates drop off.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, February 08 2017

Due to weak cargoes in the Atlantic Capes have dropped across the board with short period rates achieving around $800/pdpr and 1 year rates

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, February 01 2017

Cape rates have remained steady around $11,000-$11,500/pdpr for long period charterers.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, January 25 2017

The Lunar new year celebrated by many nations in Asia as always affects the global trading pattern not just for ships but macroeconomies also.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, January 18 2017

Atlantic Cape rates have firmed following an increase in Brazilian exports, whilst the Australia-China routes have slowed.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, January 11 2017

Cape rates have experienced a mixed 2017 reception with initial numbers strong in the Atlantic due tight tonnage, however spot rates have slipped particularly in the East.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, January 04 2017

Inevitably as 2016 drew to a close and 2017 begins, global trade experienced its usual inter-year lull.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, December 28 2016

After the strong activity in base metals recently, a more cautious positioning seems justified for the next few weeks. What is more, the analysts expecting weak demand until China’s week-long Lunar New Year holiday.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, December 21 2016

The Cape market slowdown continues due to excess tonnage and limited stems in the East despite a more positive Atlantic fronthaul market.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, December 14 2016

The Cape market continues to slide due to weaker stems in the Atlantic and rising bunkers in the East.

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