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Thursday, 10 October 2019
Euro-debt issuance rising in prominence, Meeting with Governor Marouane El Abassi
 
Euro-debt issuance rising in prominence, Meeting with Governor Marouane El Abassi Commentary: Euro-debt issuance rising in prominence By Pierre Ortlieb in London The Bank for International Settlements points out in its most recent quarterly review that euro-denominated debt issuance is continuing vigorously. This trend may be here to stay. According to JPMorgan, the first week of […]...
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Thursday, 10 October 2019
Euro-debt issuance rising in prominence, Meeting with Governor Marouane El Abassi
 
Euro-debt issuance rising in prominence, Meeting with Governor Marouane El Abassi Commentary: Euro-debt issuance rising in prominence By Pierre Ortlieb in London The Bank for International Settlements points out in its most recent quarterly review that euro-denominated debt issuance is continuing vigorously. This trend may be here to stay. According to JPMorgan, the first week of […]...
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Thursday, 10 October 2019
North P&I Club Expands into Fixed Premium Market
 
North P&I Club Expands into Fixed Premium Market   10 October 2019 – North P&I Club has today launched its Owners’ Fixed Premium P&I product, designed for operators of vessels up to 10,000 GT who value dependable cover and service excellence.     Under the Sunderland Marine trading name, the fixed premium product has been developed specifically for […]...
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Thursday, 10 October 2019
North P&I Club Expands into Fixed Premium Market
 
North P&I Club Expands into Fixed Premium Market   10 October 2019 – North P&I Club has today launched its Owners’ Fixed Premium P&I product, designed for operators of vessels up to 10,000 GT who value dependable cover and service excellence.     Under the Sunderland Marine trading name, the fixed premium product has been developed specifically for […]...
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Thursday, 10 October 2019
The BDI@1,873; better days ahead?
 
The BDI@1,873; better days ahead? Let’s hope that the BDI (Baltic Dry Index) for the rises again above the 2,400 points and that better days are very near for all as well as for the Wets. Geopolitics lost in space…. John Faraclas’ brief midweek recap: The BDI gained 72 points earlier on today and seems […]...
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Thursday, 10 October 2019
The BDI@1,873; better days ahead?
 
The BDI@1,873; better days ahead? Let’s hope that the BDI (Baltic Dry Index) for the rises again above the 2,400 points and that better days are very near for all as well as for the Wets. Geopolitics lost in space…. John Faraclas’ brief midweek recap: The BDI gained 72 points earlier on today and seems […]...
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Thursday, 10 October 2019
CMA CGM to implement sulphur cap-compliant low sulphur surcharge
 
French shipping major, CMA CGM, announced that in light of the upcoming 2020 sulphur cap it will be compliant, providing a mix of three solutions, using compliant fuels with 0.50% or 0.10% sulphur, while it will also apply a new surcharge. 
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Thursday, 10 October 2019
Drunk crew and structural issues result to ferry sinking
 
An independent commission issued an accident report concerning the loss of the ferry MV Butiraoi which was produced in response to the very strong calls from the public including the Kiribati House of Parliament, demanding answers to a number of very critical issues in relation to the foundering of the MV Butiraoi off the coast of Nonouti on Thursday, 18 January 2018.
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Thursday, 10 October 2019
Singapore’s Centre of Excellence focuses on autonomous vessels
 
Singapore announced the launch of a Centre of Excellence for Autonomous & Remotely Operated Vessels (CEAOPS) during the Singapore Maritime Institute (SMI) forum, to be used for research and technology innovation.
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Thursday, 10 October 2019
COSCO tankers turn off AIS after US sanctions
 
Reuters reports that almost a third of the tankers owned by COSCO Shipping Tanker have shut off their AIS systems after the U.S. imposed sanctions on the company for reportedly shipping Iranian crude. In the first week of October, a total of 14 COSCO Dalian ships, including nine VLCCs, have shut off their ship-tracking transponders and have stopped sending location data from their automatic identification system.
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