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Baltic Dry is down 4.6 percent to 1,561 points on Thursday. Since October 5, the index has fallen 510 points. Earlier this autumn, dry cargo rates developed strongly.

 

Capesize is down 6.7 percent to $ 21,737, while Panamax is down 3.8 percent to $ 10,950.

 

Handysize is up 0.1 percent to $ 8,820. Supramax points down 0.2 percent to $ 10,751.

The Baltic Dry index is down 5.4 percent to 1,477 points on Friday, according to TDN Direkt.

 

Just over a week ago, the index was up to 2,097 points, the highest level since September 24, 2019, but it has now fallen in eight straight trading days.

 

Three out of four segments pull down:

 

Capesize rates are down 8.2 percent to an average of $ 19,952 per share. day. On Tuesday, just over a week ago, they were up to 34,896 dollars, the highest since September 11, 2019.

Panamax rates are down 3.5 percent to $ 10,570 per share. day.

Handysize rates are marginally up to $ 8,823 per. day.

Supramax rates fall 0.1 percent to $ 10,736 a day.

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Baltic Dry continues the fall from recent weeks. On Monday, the index is down 4.6 percent to 1,409 points. Capesize is down 7.8 percent to $ 18,402, while Panamax is down 2.1 percent to $ 10,345.

 

Handysize is down 0.2 percent to $ 8,810. Supramax, on the other hand, is up a marginal 0.1 percent to $ 10,741.

Baltic Dry continues the fall from recent weeks. On Monday, the index is down 4.6 percent to 1,409 points. Capesize is down 7.8 percent to $ 18,402, while Panamax is down 2.1 percent to $ 10,345.


Handysize is down 0.2 percent to $ 8,810. Supramax, on the other hand, is up a marginal 0.1 percent to $ 10,741.

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Dry cargo rates are Tuesday on its tenth straight day of decline. And it is the rates for the largest dry cargo ships that pull down the most, again.


Earnings in the capesize market have fallen sharply in recent times after the Chinese authorities issued guidelines to reduce coal imports from Australia.


On Tuesday, the Baltic Dry index is reported at 1,350 points, down 4.2 percent. This is the lowest level for the index since 21 September.


Otherwise, all segments weigh on Tuesday:


  • Capesize rates are down 7.0 percent to an average daily rate of $ 17,121, also the lowest level since September 21.
  • Panamax rates are down 2.2 percent to $ 10,123 per share. day.
  • Handysize rates drop 0.3 percent to $ 8,786 a day.
  • Supramax rates are also reported down 0.3 percent, to $ 10,704 per share. day.

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After 11 days in a row with a decline in dry cargo rates, the Baltic Dry index turns up on Thursday. The index rises 4.1 percent to 1,401 points.


Capesize is up 8.1 percent to $ 18,537, while Handysize rises a marginal 0.2 percent to $ 8,777. 


Panamaz is down 0.2 percent to $ 8,777. Supramax is one point down to $ 10,692.

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