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Dry cargo fixture and market reports dated 8 June 2018

10 June 2018

Capesize: A slow end to a busy week following on from late Thursday rumours of Vale swooping into the market and taking several ships from Tubarao to Qingdao for July with reports ranging from 8 to 12 vessels. 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 daily 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 26 October 2017

27 October 2017

CANDYSIZE: Some reports suggested rates were a touch better than some had indicated especially in the Atlantic. 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 market report dated 8 November 2019

11 November 2019

Panamax: The weaker and softer trend continued during the week with a large sell-off in both basins resulting in the Baltic Panamax Index (BPI) losing well over 100 points on the week. BIMCO will no longer publish daily market reports. Going forward, a weekly dry bulk market report will be published, providing members with a summary of the market and highlighting weekly movements of the Baltic dry indices and average dry bulk earnings. 

Dry cargo market report dated 18 October 2019

01 November 2019

Panamax: The positive trend from last week did not continue, with both basins showing signs of softening since Tuesday. BIMCO will no longer publish daily market reports. Going forward, a weekly dry bulk market report will be published, providing members with a summary of the market and highlighting weekly movements of the Baltic dry indices and average dry bulk earnings. 

Dry cargo market report dated 1 November 2019

04 November 2019

Capesize: The Capesize market meandered slightly upwards this week before giving back much of its gains mid-week. BIMCO will no longer publish daily market reports. Going forward, a weekly dry bulk market report will be published, providing members with a summary of the market and highlighting weekly movements of the Baltic dry indices and average dry bulk earnings. 

Dry cargo market report dated 25 October 2019

01 November 2019

Capesize: The end of the week brought about a small increase in sentiment heading into a long weekend for some regions. BIMCO will no longer publish daily market reports. Going forward, a weekly dry bulk market report will be published, providing members with a summary of the market and highlighting weekly movements of the Baltic dry indices and average dry bulk earnings. 

Dry cargo market report dated 11 October 2019

01 November 2019

Capesize: The Capesize market managed to find a floor and rally a little this week after several weeks of declines. BIMCO will no longer publish daily market reports. Going forward, a weekly dry bulk market report will be published, providing members with a summary of the market and highlighting weekly movements of the Baltic dry indices and average dry bulk earnings. 

BIMCO launches new analysis on the wider impact of the dry bulk crisis

05 October 2016

BIMCO has today published the next in its series of reports looking at the “road to recovery” for dry bulk shipping beyond the current market difficulties. The foundation for the new report follows the conclusion of BIMCO’s previous analysis – that due to the severity of the current crisis the sector can only return to profitability in 2019 if shipowners deliver “zero supply side growth”, year on year.

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.