The Coracle VLCC podcast for 29 Jan 2009 in association with Braemar-Seascope
Archive for January, 2009
The Coracle Suezmax and Aframax podcast for 29 Jan 2009 in association with Braemar-Seascope Key market data for Suezmaxes Size Load Discharge WS TC Equiv 130 Wafr USG W70 Equiv. Bt. US$ 20,629 pd 130 Wafr UKC (Europe) W70 Equiv. Bt. US$ 18,970 pd 135 Bsea Med UKC W90 135 Med Med UKC W85 135 […]
The Coracle Clean products podcast for 29 Jan 2009 in association with Braemar-Seascope Key Eastern market data: Size Load Discharge WS 75 AG Japan W82.5 55 AG Japan W92.5 30 Spore Japan W100 Key Western market data: Size Load Discharge WS 37 UKC TA W130 30 Med Med W115 38 Caribs USAC W115
The Coracle Currency podcast for 26 Jan 2009 in association with Crossbar fx Key market data for Jan 19 to Jan 23 USD vs Mon opening Fri closing Trend — EUR/USD 1.3286 1.2842 Stronger $ USD/CHF 1.1208 1.1656 Stronger $ USD/JPY 90.64 88.96 Weaker $ Gold 839.75 893.10 Up 6.35% Oil 43.46 42.64 Down 1.9% […]
The Coracle Online Dry Cargo podcast for January 23rd, in association with The Baltic Exchange. For 10% off Coracle courses, please use promo code podcast.
Shipping Law – dry bulk FFA settlements – from Coracle Online in association with Reed Smith This episode considers one of the developments arising out of the recent tumultuous time for the dry bulk market and in particular the beginning of November, with 7th November 2008 being the FFA dry bulk market settlement date for […]
This podcast from Coracle Online.com in association with chemical and gas specialists Bergen Shipbrokers looks at the bunker market and forward pricing.
The Shipping Law podcast from Coracle Online, in association with leading international legal practice, Norton Rose. This podcast looks at Carbon emissions and asks, what does the future hold for the shipping industry? Please click here for more deatils of Coracle’s emissions trading course
This Ports podcast from Coracle Online.com in association with Port Strategy magazine. This podcast looks at maintaining channels and berth depths, something that has become an operational migraine as dredgers flock to more lucrative reclamation projects.