Dry Cargo

Greece is still by some way the largest shipowning country, but the gap is closing as China’s fleet expansion continues at a rapid rate as it overtakes Japan for the…
Like a weary boxer, the Capesize freight market crumbled just before the knockout blow of escalating US - China tension.
The Capesize market saw a correction this week and prompted the Baltic Dry Index (BDI) to fall below 1,500 points.
Eagle Bulk Shipping is the latest owner to announce it is opting for scrubbers as part of its plans to comply with the IMO's 2020 sulphur cap with an agreement…
US-listed shipowner Star Bulk Carriers is continuing to expand its fleet with the acquisition of up to seven vessels from ER Capital Holdings.
Commodities and shipping conglomerate Noble Group looks set to fight another after shareholders approved a $3.4bn debt restructuring.
Struggling Singapore-listed commodities and shipping conglomerate Noble Group faces a key shareholder vote on its controversial $3.5bn restructuring plan, which could determine its survival.
The Baltic Dry Index (BDI) was off to a good start this week as the index pushed toward the 1,740 readings, thanks to the positive market sentiments from the higher…
The Baltic Dry Index (BDI) started last week on a firmer footing despite the trade tensions between US, China and Turkey that waned investors’ confidence.
Hong Kong-focused sale and leaseback deals continue to move with Watson Farley & Williams (WFW) advising on CMB Financial Leasing’s (CMBFL) $180.4m transaction with Nasdaq-listed Star Bulk Carriers for its…
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