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    Macroeconomic Analysis

    Port Hedland’s iron ore exports are on the rise

    Shipments through Port Hedland represented 55% of Australia’s iron ore exports last year, and more than 80% of cargoes go to China.

    By Katie Dale
  • Energy & Utilities

    Why the Baltic Dry Index is decreasing

    The Baltic Dry Index measures the cost of major raw materials. The raw materials are transported by sea in the global economy. It indicates a strict demand supply price situation.

    By Katie Dale
  • Energy & Utilities

    Why Port Hedland’s iron ore exports dropped in June

    June exports through the port increased 21% compared to the volumes last year.

    By Katie Dale
  • Energy & Utilities

    Ship order strength is a must-follow for dry bulk shipping investors

    While the dry bulk shipping industry has been experiencing some weakness, ship orders have remained in an uptrend since the start of the year.

    By Xun Yao Chen
  • uploads///China Money Supply
    Energy & Utilities

    The key relationship between money supply and dry bulk shipping

    Money supply growth has important implications for the Chinese economy. If there’s too much money lying around, it can lead to inflation and speculative activities.

    By Xun Yao Chen
  • uploads///OECD Leading Indicator
    Energy & Utilities

    Why the OECD leading indicator drives dry bulk shipping cycles

    Because the month-to-month data can contain short-term statistical noise that doesn’t reflect long-term fundamental changes, a six-month change or year-over-year change is often used.

    By Xun Yao Chen
  • uploads///China Domestic Iron ore to Seaborne Premium
    Energy & Utilities

    Why commodity prices and price arbitrage affect dry bulk trade

    Commodity prices are often said to have a strong correlation with economic activity: when economic activity picks up, higher demand will push prices up

    By Xun Yao Chen
  • uploads///Coal Trade
    Industrials

    Key players involved in the global seaborne coal trade

    Coal (a fossil fuel) is another large category of dry bulk shipped by dry bulk shippers, comprising close to 30% of total dry bulk shipments.

    By Xun Yao Chen
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