Dry Bulk Shipping Rates Are Soaring and the Rally Looks Set

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Aug.23 — The Baltic Dry Index has surged to an 11 year high as ships are tied up in ports and congestion pushes shipping rates higher. A rebound in demand for commodities in the post-covid era is also fueling the rally. Bloomberg’s James Mayger reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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