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Za UPKCG
Kap. Marijo Pilastro

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MARKET REPORT – WEEK 45
BASED ON SALES AND PURCHASES OF VESSELS WEEK ENDED FRIDAY 6TH NOVEMBER 2015.
In line with the pessimism we expressed in last week's report for the near future of the dry
market, all sectors of the BDI ended in the red for a 2nd straight week, or in the case of the BSI and
BHSI actually for the 10th and 9th straight weeks respectively.... The BCI suffered the most by
dropping -18% w-o-w leaving cape t/c averages now back down to only region $7300 daily. The BPI
was off by another -11% meaning the Panamax t/c average is now only region $4800 daily, while the
BSI declined -9% giving them a guide t/c average of just under $6000, and finally the BHSI ended the
week down by -7.5% giving them a current t/c average of about $4700 daily. Overall the BDI lost a
further 12.5% during week 45.
The sentiments in the wet and dry S+P markets remain unchanged, i.e. tankers firm while
bulker values remain under strong pressure due to the further declining freight market. The tanker
market however may be interesting to watch for the next couple of weeks since it appears a number of
owners / institutions may, for various reasons, be keen to decrease their tanker portfolios at this time.
If that manifests into more tanker purchase options for interested buyers then maybe values could be
affected.
All information we see emanating from the sub-continent regarding recycling there remains
fairly negative due to domestic currency disparity with the dollar and / or imported cheap Chinese steel
continuing to undercut the domestic steel markets, and yet the deals we see 'reported' last week
appear somewhat higher in volume than we might have expected and also with some bulkers achieving
levels in the $320's per LDT while we are otherwise led to believe only high $200's are attainable. It is
clearly a very mixed situation 'on the ground' there and would be sellers are well advised to be very
careful about who they chose as their recycling counterparties these days in order to minimise the
potential for renegotiations on delivery.

Izvor : Brokers report

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