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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates

Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, June 07 2017

The market has been hampered this week with a continued decline in freight rates attributed to holidays, monsoon seasons and now  an escalating diplomatic dispute in the Middle East.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, May 31 2017

Falling freight rates of late have been attributed to both Western and Eastern holidays as well as  poor weather in the Indian Ocean and Australian coasts.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, May 24 2017

A sudden burst of activity at the end of last week assisted Cape rates to slightly improve from Brazil to China trips,  while on the TC side, 6 mos tc is also up achieving around $14,850/pdpr.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, May 17 2017

The short period Cape market has dropped off to $14,250/pdpr as the 1 year market can trade around $15,000/pdpr.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, May 10 2017

The period outlook for dry bulk this week has remained subdued in light of weak freight rates, poor weather and holidays, patricianly in the East.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, May 03 2017

A slow start to the week for the Cape market despite some positive spot movements from Australia as 1 year period rates can achieve around $16,000/pdpr.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, April 26 2017

Cape period rates remain around $15,000/pdpr for short period and $15,600/pdpr for 1 year.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, April 19 2017

The Panamax market still strong after the Easter break despite the fact that some charterers could wait to fix.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, April 12 2017

The Atlantic market has firmed this week with Brazilian soybean trades boosting transatlantic trips.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, April 05 2017

The week has started with a mixed outlook for the larger vessels given the Chinese Qing Ming festival and continued weather delaying cargoes out of the East of Australia.

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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, March 29 2017

The Cape market improved this week following fresh stems in the Atlantic and improved weather from  Australia in the Pacific leading to a decent level of spot and period business fixed to China.

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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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