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Take a look below at our Shiprbrokers’ Weekly Market Reports for Week 24 of 2017 (listed alphabetically):
12th June – 16th June 2017 | Week 24
During the past weeks, we have seen many organizations and think tanks show a more optimistic face with regards to the world economy. The World Bank, IMF and OECD have all made upward revisions to their world GDP forecast figures for 2017, while also showing better figures for 2018 as well. The consensus is that the outlook for global economy has been getting better during the first half of 2017, though most don’t hesitate to point out that it is still not good enough. The big improvement has…..
Source: Allied ShipBroking
Week 24 | 16th June 2017
Don’t Believe the Pipe
Earlier this month the long-awaited and at times controversial, Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) came into commercial service. At 1,172 miles in length, crossing four states and with a throughput of 520,000 bpd, the pipeline could have significant implications for crude trade in North America. Primarily transporting crude oil from the Bakken and Three Forks fields in North Dakota, the pipeline provides a crucial link…..
Advanced Shipping & Trading S.A.
WEEK 24 (09th June to 16th June 2017)
The Hellenic Shipbrokers Association has the pleasure to announce that the much-anticipated “Pireas 2017” Shipbrokers Dinner & Global Shipbrokers Forum that will once again unite the Shipping community at the very place it was born, Greece! With Advanced Shipping & Trading as a sponsor day 1 Thursday, 15th June has been successfully completed at the Metropolitan….
Source: Advanced Shipping & Trading S.A.
WEEK 24 | Tuesday 20th June 2016
Looking back at March and April shipping reports when the dry bulk indexes were starting to move up, a number of shipping analysts were stating that this long awaited improvement was on the back of steadily improving fundamentals and that going forward the extensive volatility of the previous years would most probably…..