2 days agoThere is a lot to think about when it comes to reducing carbon emissions from shipping, as a roundtable at COP24 proved...
2 days agoBaltic Dry W50: A positive end to the week after a somewhat uncertain start for Capesizes. It was also a more positive week for the BSI, as some strong gains were made, with China buying US soybeans. The BDI concludes the week up 36 points to 1401.
2 days agoBaltic Tanker W50: VLCCs and Suezmaxes shed points this week. It was a different story in the Aframax market, with big gains in the Med and Caribbean. Read the full report here:
3 days agoPhotos from the recent Baltic Exchange Christmas reception in Athens are now available.
3 days agoThe third in the series of the ICS lectures will be presented on 30 January 2019 in Singapore, Shanghai, Athens and London.
5 days agoThe next YBA event will be taking place in Geneva. To find out more or to register click the link below:
6 days agoInterested in getting involved with the Baltic Irish Society? Find out more here:
7 days agoOn 5 January, BERFC is planning a fixture against the Honourable Artillery Company Old Boys. Find out more about how you can take part here:
7 days agoUnderstand the micro-economic structure of the shipping markets by attending the Shipping Economics & Investment training course in London on 14-15 January.
1 week agoThe US and China seemed to have made progress on trade, but there are still gaps to bridge...
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