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Yanyu Mao

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    Energy & Utilities

    Dry bulk opportunity: The Baltic Dry Index might have bottomed

    The BDI (Baltic Dry Index) is a widely followed metric that reflects the overall rates of moving dry bulk cargoes like iron ore, coal, and grain across water.

    By Yanyu Mao
  • Financials

    Why should you understand spot exposure and contract coverage?

    There are two main types of contracts in the dry bulk shipping industry, spot charter contracts and time charter contracts.

    By Yanyu Mao
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    Energy & Utilities

    Why dry bulk shippers can benefit from China’s record new loans

    Loans play an important role in helping an economy grow by stimulating consumption and investment and creating greater overall demand.

    By Yanyu Mao
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    Energy & Utilities

    Why Indonesia’s nickel ore export ban affects dry bulk shippers

    As a major producer and exporter of oil, gas, and minerals (including gold, nickel, copper, tin, and thermal coal), Indonesia’s exports account for a significant share of Indonesia’s GDP.

    By Yanyu Mao
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    Energy & Utilities

    Why China’s real estate climate index drives dry bulk shipping

    China’s real estate climate index is a composite index released monthly by the National Bureau of Statistics of China.

    By Yanyu Mao
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    Energy & Utilities

    Why China saw high growth in iron ore and coal imports in January

    China’s iron ore and coal imports are key factors that drive shipping rates. Iron ore and coal each account for nearly 30% of the world’s dry bulk trade volume.

    By Yanyu Mao
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    Energy & Utilities

    On the supply side, how optimistic are dry bulk shippers?

    Entering 2014, dry bulk shippers seem to be picking up their optimism again, which is clear in their recent activity purchasing new ships, despite the continuous fall of the Baltic Dry Index.

    By Yanyu Mao
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