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  • Bulker Update by BMTI’s London Shipbroker (12 Aug 2020)

    bulk carrierIt’s been a quiet start to the week for the Capesizes. Some activity on trans-Atlantic routes and a re­stricted tonnage supply have kept rates steady from the North Atlantic. On the front haul market, bro­kers heard levels being discussed out of Brazil were showing some improvement despite brokers report­ing a lengthy list of ballasters but fixture details were not forthcoming. A long weekend in Singapore has seen a slower start to the week in the Pacific. Rates appear to have softened against the backdrop of low activity but brokers remained hopeful that more en­quiry will be forthcoming later in the week, West Australia to Qingdao was heard to have fixed in the low US$ 8s/mt for end August dates.


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Iron ore shipments from Australia’s Port Hedland totaled 43.6 million tons in July, a record for that month, according to Pilbara Ports Authority data.

The narrowing of the price gap betw LSFO and HSFO means that the spot market earnings differential for a capesize #bulker (scrub vs. no scrub) on 3 Jan compared to 7 Aug this year have declined from $7,626/day to $1,095/day. #imo2020 @Splash_247

Panamax positivity highlight in otherwise uncertain dry bulk market. #drybulk #maritime #drycargo #dailysnippet #Capesize #Supramax #Ultramax #Handysize https://www.bmti-report.com/bulker-update-by-bmtis-london-shipbroker-12-aug-2020/