September 19, 2016
The Baltic Dry Index is an important metric when it comes to gauging the demand for raw materials around the world. In my latest work for Seeking Alpha, I examine the BDI and it’s rally from all-time lows of 290 in February to around the 800 level today and what that means for the future of commodity prices and the global economic landscape.
Article: The BDI Says China Is Buying
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