futures market report

 

MBIOI-62%       88.20    API2: 49.65          Crude: 24.88            Rotterdam 380:    147.25        Singapore 380:   191.00



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Cape

Another jumpy day on capes, Q3 traded down to $11,100 before jumping back up to $11,800 on close, the Cal21 also traded from $11,300 to $11,750, overall the market remains extremely volatile in these current market conditions.

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Panamax

Prices once again dropped hard in the morning with sellers swarming around the bids: April traded to $5,750; Q2 to $6,250; Q34 to $7,900 and Cal 21 to $8,500. The afternoon saw buyers take hold of the market with Q2 trading back to $6,700; Q34 to $8,325 and the C21 to $8,800. A strong close all things considered.

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Supramax/ Handy

Smx FFAs ticked back down trading ranging $6,300 (-$443) - $6,400 on April while, MayJun traded $6,575. Q34 traded at a low of $7,900 and up to $8,250. Cal 21 printed $8600 which was again flat to the Pmx cal.

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