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Weekly Dry Time Charter Estimates, July 13 2016
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For the third week running the dry bulk sector has seen an increase in rates, and a rise from 580 to 711 on the BDI over the same period.

Supras were the only market which saw some mixed sentiment in the past week, as South American trade fell due to high tonnage availability, but most other trades rose with the biggest gain coming from the East Med to SPORE-JPN range trip which jumped by almost a quarter.

Meanwhile, little activity in the Capesize market meant that there was no change in the Capesize rates, staying at about 9,200, 8,500 & 8,800 $/pdpr in the 6 month, 1 and 2 year period respectively.


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