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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Ssy Pacific Capesize News

SSY Pacific Capesize Index gain by 432 points

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Shipbrokers Simpson, Spence and Young's Pacific Capesize Index gain by 432 points in the week ending Monday to 4,387. "A weekly gain of 432 points lifts the SSY Pacific Capesize Index to 4,387 points. This is 940 points above the year-ago level. An increase in iron ore chartering activity from West Australia led to a significant improvement in the Pacific, with round-voyage rates (180k dwt) rising by $5,850/day last week to $14,350/day, while the Dampier-China iron ore spot rate climbed by $1.30/t to $6.95/t".

SSY Pacific Capesize Index Gain 602 Points

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Shipbrokers Simpson, Spence and Young's Pacific Capesize Index gain 602 points in the week ending Monday to 4,674. "A weekly gain of 602 points lifted the SSY Pacific Capesize Index up to 4,674 points. This is more than 1,800 points above the year-ago level. Round voyage rates in the Pacific (180k dwt) rebounded by $2,300/day last week to $14,100/day, while the Dampier-China iron ore spot rate was up by $0.55/t to $6.80/t."

SSY Pacific Capesize Index Rises 312 Points

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Shipbrokers Simpson, Spence and Young's Pacific Capesize Index reports a change of 312 points in the week ending Monday to 3,814.   "The SSY Pacific Capesize Index rose by 312 points week-on-week to 3,814 points, ending a run of losses that went back to the end of February. The Pacific round-voyage rate (180k dwt) climbed $3,750/day to a five-week high of $11,750/day, while the West Australia- China iron ore spot rate increased by $1.15/t to $6.40/t." SSY said.

SSY Pacific Capesize Index Rises Again

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Shipbrokers Simpson, Spence and Young's Pacific Capesize Index reported a gain by 241 points in the week ending Monday to 4,915.   "The SSY Pacific Capesize Index increased by 241 points week-on-week to a 16-week high of 4,915 points. A $650/day rise in the Pacific round-voyage rate (180k dwt) was modest compared to increases in Atlantic earnings however, this was still enough to lift it to a year-to-date high of $16,000/day. The W.Australia-China iron ore spot rate rose by $0.15/t to $7.25/t." SSY said.

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