Mediterranean aframax fixing rush fails to lift spot market earnings

  • Tuesday 28 February 2012, 17:00

A BUSY start to the week in the Mediterranean spot market proved unable to lift aframax rates as an oversupply of vessels competed for available cargoes.While charter interest was high, with brokers reporting up to nine vessels fixed on subjects on Monday, rates continued to linger around...

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