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EMF Weekly 17

Tankers weekly: It was a relatively quiet week in the tanker market last week. We saw similar earnings as the week before. The North Sea and the Baltic Sea settled...
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EMF Weekly 16

Tankers weekly: Spot earnings remain in soft for Aframaxes, as a result of relatively low activity for refineries globally. Reduced supply of oil from Venezuela and Iran is expected to persist,...
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EMF Weekly 15

Tankers Earnings in the Aframax spot market weakened further last week. One saw an increase in earnings in the North Sea and in the Baltic Sea. Beyond that there were...
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EMF Weekly 14

Tankers weekly (14) Earnings in Aframax weakened marginally last week. One saw a marked rise in rates between the Baltic Sea and the UK, beyond which there were relatively weak...
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Drybulk Week 13

Capesize rates in the spot market weakened again last week after reports that Vale has not started all their mines after the accident, and that Hurricane Victoria ravaged outside Australia,...
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Tankers Week 13

The spot rates for Aframaxes fell last week. The main reason for this fall in earnings is weakened activity in the Baltic Sea and the UK area with Ireland due...
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S&P Week 13

Tankers The market continues to remain relatively calm. However, there have been a couple of solid transactions in the secondary market. A 2001 built VLCC (298,410 dwt) went for $...
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EMF Weekly Tanker & Drybulk week 12

Tanker market The rates in the spot market for Aframaxes strengthened marginally last week. It has been a busy week in both the Mediterranean and the Black Sea, yet the...
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S&P Activity week 11

Tankers The market continues to remain relatively calm. However, there have been a couple of solid  secondhand transactions. There was a 1999 built VLCC (309,985 dwt) $ 22m, the price...
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