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Baltic

1. a branch of the Indo-European family of languages consisting of Lithuanian, Latvian, and Old Prussian
2. a freight-chartering market in the City of London, which formerly also dealt in some commodities
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Rents for Capesize ships that haul ore and grain on backhaul routes were at minus $7,342 a day, the lowest since that index began in 1999, Baltic Exchange data shows.
Charter rates for the vessels to haul cargoes across the Mediterranean Sea doubled when the conflict broke out before slumping because of reduced cargoes, according to data from the Baltic Exchange in London, which assesses freight rates on international maritime routes.
24 Worldscale points, according to the Baltic Exchange in London on Wednesday.
Built on the former site of the Baltic Exchange, the Gherkin stands almost 600 feet high, three times as tall as Niagara Falls, but without the tacky gift shops.
According to the Baltic Exchange, in the demolition market, the average dry bulk carrier traded above USD 520 per lightweight ton in the Indian subcontinent, the highest since September 2008.
Tanker rates on the benchmark cross Mediterranean route rocketed up to their highest in more than nine months last week to nearly $50,000 a day before retreating to $41,197 a day Friday, Baltic Exchange data showed.
The cost of transporting olive oil around the world has also been cheaper over the past few months, adds Bill Lines, spokesman for The Baltic Exchange, the international market for shipping and freight.
Despite the initial resistance of Baltic countries to the idea of a joint Baltic exchange in the establishment phase, today there is a "Pan-Baltic Exchange" not in legal but in economic terms.
The Baltic Exchange, NYMEX, and IMAREX are the three main marketplaces for these contracts.
10TH APRIL, 1992: BALTIC EXCHANGE A DAY after a general election in Britain, the IRA responded to the Tory victory by exploding a 100 lb semtex bomb in the heart of the City of London.
She sees the market's demutualization in 2005, intense competition in the trading space and the acquisition of Nordic and Baltic exchange operator and technology provider OMX AB last year as important milestones during her tenure.
23 points works out at $27,791 a day, according to the Baltic Exchange.

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