April 2019 Issue
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Dry Bulk Week 20: The Baltic Briefing

Overall, it was a week of continuous improvement in the Handysize sector...

Brazil soy exports to China fall 13% in 2019

Brazilian exports of soybeans to China, by far their largest market, fell 13 percent in the first four months of 2019 versus a year ago...

Coal rises in the East and sets in the West but responsible coal sourcing remains crucial

Around 500kg of coal is required to produce one tonne of steel.

Countries dependent on commodities hit 20-year high

Two thirds of developing countries are dependent on commodities. Sub-Saharan is Africa hardest-hit, as 89% of countries there depend on commodities.

Coal-carrying ships departing US coasts total 103, down four on week

From the year-ago week coal departures were up by four.

US seizes North Korean dry bulk vessel

The US says it has seized a North Korean dry bulk ship, accusing it of violating international sanctions.

Deficit of Transoceanic Iron Ore Market will be 40 Million Tonnes in 2019

The transoceanic iron ore market will run a deficit of at least 40 million tonnes in 2019, according to forecasts from the British consultancy CRU.

Dry Bulk Week 19: The Baltic Briefing

Capesize - The market continued its rollercoaster ride last week opening with negative sentiment, but turning around in dramatic fashion by the week’s end.

Dry Bulk Market Set to Improve By the end of 2019

At the AGM to be held in London today, Bill Thomas, Chairman of Clarksons, made the following trading statement covering the period from 1 January 2019 to 8 May 2019.

Dalian iron ore rallies as Vale holds reopening of Brucutu mine

China’s iron ore futures rose more than 4 percent on Tuesday, stoked by concerns over tight supply as Vale halted resuming operations at its Brucutu iron ore mining complex.

EU slashes growth forecasts

Warns of risks amid US-China trade conflict & Brexit

Dry Bulk Week 18: The Baltic Briefing

Capesize - The market last week was a tale of two halves, with substantial volatility.

Australia iron ore exports rebound in April, but not enough

Australia’s iron ore exports rebounded in April after being hit by a cyclone the prior month, but the surge in shipments wasn’t enough to offset declining volumes from Brazil...

Chinese import curbs still impacting Australian thermal coal cargoes

Ships laden with Australian coal are continuing to experience extended waiting times and discharge delays at Chinese ports as China prepares to start its May Day holidays...

In Sign of Resilient Global Growth, Europe Regains Momentum

The eurozone economy regained some lost momentum at the start of 2019, offering fresh evidence of surprisingly resilient global growth amid lingering uncertainties about trade with...

China’s `Friendly’ Neighbors Seize Coal Share From Australia

China’s move to stifle coal imports from Australia is hurting its No. 2 supplier, with shipment figures showing the exporter conceding share in the world’s largest market.

Global iron ore prices to rise 11% on supply disruptions

International iron ore prices are forecast to rise 11.4 per cent in calendar 2019, buoyed by supply disruptions from key mines in Brazil and Australia and China’s fiscal stimulus

Coaltrans Poland

Coaltrans Poland- gathering the major consumers, producers and traders supplying Eastern Europe

Asian agribulk: productivity shortfall remains an issue

China and India are the two most populous countries in the world with the respective headcount being 1.42bn and 1.365bn.

Dry Bulk Week 17: The Baltic Briefing

Supramax - With the onset of various holidays in the Asian sector next week, this basin saw more activity than the Atlantic this week

China Will Continue Slowdown in Australia Coal Until After Elections

China will maintain a slowdown in coal imports from Australia until Beijing has assessed government policy in Canberra after federal elections in May

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