think yuv seen to many james bond films.lol. anyway,when Greece was in the limelight,10 year bonds,shot up,especiallly the three contagion neighbours,think greeces hit 35%,spain,italy and france,hit around 5%. this time,they've barely moved,other than fractions of one percent,the same has treasuries/gilts and what have ya. so what does that tell ya,?no flight to safety and not a financial led correction,like Greece was. anyway,to early to say,like this shipping anylist implies.http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000413713 ...... CHILL
Defo another "dot" to me. Only say nice things about the Chinese and their stock market, otherwise you may be eating porridge for breakfast. Anyway, I think the Chinese know where all the icebergs are, cuz the Bangladeshis can't keep up
not sure where your getting all this illusion and skulduggery from.lol.but your 100% right on the supply/demand scenario,that's what all this is about,re bancing from the china infrastructure slowdown,nothing else,in the commods sector......anyway,iron and steel not avin a good day?.http://www.bloomberg.com/quote/MT:NA
Don't be hoodwinked by the Baltic dry or the Harpex. The world manufacturing slowed and continues so by low demand. The world was over "shipped" to much supply. Prices tanked for bulk carriers. The Chinese employed the Indians and Bangladeshis to tear the ships apart like a pack of ants. Less ships in the supply chain. The suppy & demand now becomes more balanced, the price increases giving the impression of a recovery, except their isn't one. Another illusion by moving goal posts.
already up 65% on that tungy?,but I know what you mean,anyway,a shipping anylist's on the Baltic dry has just finished on cnbc,so if it comes up on the archives,in 2 hours time,ille post it. inflations the problem atm,but then again,we all know that.
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