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Main sea freight index at Baltic Exchange down further to 618 points

Industry News 09:59:50AM May 26, 2016 Source:SMM

UNITED KINGDOM May 25 2016 3:13 PM     

LONDON (Scrap Register): The main  sea freight index at Baltic Exchange for ships carrying dry bulk commodities  down further to 618 points level on Tuesday due to strong panamax and supramax  rates.

The Baltic Dry Index, which provides an assessment of the price of  moving the major raw materials – such as coal, iron ore and grain – by sea by  taking in 23 shipping routes measured on a time charter basis, down by another 8  points to 618 points on Tuesday.

The index is based on a daily survey of  agents all over the world. Baltic Dry hit a temporary peak on May 20, 2008, when  the index hit 11,793. The lowest level ever reached was on February 10 2016,  when the index plummeted to 290 points.


Main sea freight index at Baltic Exchange down further to 618 points

Industry News 09:59:50AM May 26, 2016 Source:SMM

UNITED KINGDOM May 25 2016 3:13 PM     

LONDON (Scrap Register): The main  sea freight index at Baltic Exchange for ships carrying dry bulk commodities  down further to 618 points level on Tuesday due to strong panamax and supramax  rates.

The Baltic Dry Index, which provides an assessment of the price of  moving the major raw materials – such as coal, iron ore and grain – by sea by  taking in 23 shipping routes measured on a time charter basis, down by another 8  points to 618 points on Tuesday.

The index is based on a daily survey of  agents all over the world. Baltic Dry hit a temporary peak on May 20, 2008, when  the index hit 11,793. The lowest level ever reached was on February 10 2016,  when the index plummeted to 290 points.