TRENDING THIS WEEK

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This week
  1. Greece rejects EU tax demands

  2. Paragon won't take Chinese newbuilding

  3. KDB downplays talk of HMM charter-cut deal

  4. Stolt-Nielsen scraps veteran duo

  5. Royal Caribbean Cruises orders three more ships

  6. Capital Product Partners makes S&P return

  7. SGX closes in on Baltic Exchange purchase

  8. Tidewater sees nine-fold increase in losses

  9. Navios Holdings in standoff with Vale

  10. Hanjin bulker arrested in South Africa

  1. Hapag-Lloyd postpones AGM due to UASC talks

  2. Deutsche downgrades Seaspan amid Hanjin exposure

  3. TOO: Sevan made mistakes in Logitel sale

  4. Davis: Brexit would benefit shipping

  5. Oslo bourse delists Bulk Invest shares

  6. The sunken lighthouse: a TradeWinds podcast

  7. Golar LNG Partners takes control of seventh FSRU

  8. Vitol and Aegean trade first DME bunker derivatives

  9. Seaspan plans stock offering; backers buy

  10. Lightering planned for grounded Team ship

CHARTERING REPORTS

Tankers

Suezmaxes plunge, LR2s surge

Strong week for larger products tankers and aframaxes, while VLCCs sink.

Suezmaxes
Aframaxes
LR2s
  • 21 May 18:44 GMT

Dry cargo

Strong start, weak finish

After a mixed week that started well but worsened later, the Baltic Dry Index (BDI) managed to gain ground although it still remains far from the 700 mark.

Capesize
Panamax
Supramax
  • 20 May 13:52 GMT

Containers

Losing more ground

The Hamburg Shipbrokers' Association index shows no signs of recovery this week and posts another decline.

4,250 teu
2,700 teu
1,100 teu
  • 14:59 GMT

Offshore

All smiles for owners

A reduced free tonnage list has resulted in boosts to rates for PSVs and anchor-handlers in the North Sea.

AHTS
Large PSV
Small PSV
  • 20 May 10:31 GMT