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Similar to container rates, dry bulk shipping rates are poised to move higher on limited vessel capacity and robust demand, according to Genco Shipping President and CEO John Wobensmith, who spoke with Bloomberg.
Regular readers will know I am a cynic. Try writing a Daily for over two decades and not be – and events over the last 24 hours underline that fact. Indeed, you could call it a "Salo News Day" in reference to the controversial Italian film "S
Wholesale prices for gas and electricity are surging across Europe, raising the prospect of increases in already-high utility bills and further pain for people who have taken a financial hit from the coronavirus pandemic.
Update (2210): On the heels of data showing land sales collapsing, tonight's smorgasbord of data (absent only GDP) on consumption, industrial output and investment will reveal the extent of the damage caused by an outbreak of the delta variant.
Today's much-anticipated ECB meeting has all eyes & ears ready with both hands and feet to 'sell, sell, sell' or 'buy, buy, buy' on the 'news' that Lagarde and her lackeys will shift to a more hawkish (well, less infinitely dovish) stance.
The last half-decade was full of Chinese firms acquiring overseas businesses, but the flow appears to be reversing as buyers turn into sellers amid lofty valuations and the need to divert monies into more profitable areas.
China's war on celebrities and capitalism: Scandal-hit stars are deemed 'social tumours', with billionaire actress 'wiped from the internet' as state media praises 'return to Communist Party's original mission'
Despite negative interest rates and money printing by the European Central Bank, which conveniently allowed all Eurozone member governments to fund themselves, having gone nowhere Eurozone nominal GDP is even lower than it was before the Lehman crisi