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Baltic Dry Index, will the recent rise continue?

Trend and movement in Baltic Dry Index Will Chinese demand play a crucial role in the Index? Is dismantling of ships and low order book leading to limiting of supply?   The world economy has seen several ups and downs during the past decade. While the broader economy continues to mend and is backed by a healthy improvement in the major macro and microeconomic...

Downfall of Hanjin Shipping

The industry is marred by a slow growth in the world trade and overcapacity In the pre-recession period (i.e. before 2008-09), the world trade was booming and freight rates were peaking. But in late 2008 to 2010, the container trade declined under the reeling impact of global recession. There was a slow recovery in the container trade, which mainly comprised electronics, packed food...

Impact of crude oil prices on cruise line operators’ performance

The cruise line industry grew globally at a CAGR of 8% during 2009-15 and raked over USD 39.0 bn of revenue in 2015 (Source: Statistica). The industry derives over 75% of the revenue from the sale of tickets to passengers, while other sources of revenue include onboard services like a casino, equipment rental, and retail concessions. Onboarding expenses (food, concessions, etc.) are a...

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Downfall of Hanjin Shipping

The industry is marred by a slow growth in the world trade and overcapacity In the pre-recession period (i.e. before 2008-09), the world trade was booming and freight rates were peaking. But...

Impact of crude oil prices on cruise line operators’ performance

The cruise line industry grew globally at a CAGR of 8% during 2009-15 and raked over USD 39.0 bn of revenue in 2015 (Source: Statistica). The industry derives over 75% of the revenue from the...

Baltic Dry Index, will the recent rise continue?

Trend and movement in Baltic Dry Index Will Chinese demand play a crucial role in the Index? Is dismantling of ships and low order book leading to limiting of supply?   ...