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Research on Logistics

Whatever your do, you rely on logistics. Access analysis of the competitive dynamics and corporate finances of the shipping companies, as well as the impact of port activity and shipping rates on your business.

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Puget Sound Punched by Canada as Trade War Risk Averted

Container handling through the ports of Seattle and Tacoma have fallen for seven out of the past eight months, including a 2% decline in April. That was the result of a 5% slump in imports being outpaced by a 3% rise in exports, repeating a pattern seen across the country and confirming the potential for a decline in the U.S. trade deficit. The slide in imports was partly due to a 13% drop in shipments from Asia. A pause in trade tariff hostilities between the U.S. and China in trade reduces the risk of a further decline. Another contributor was a continued loss of market share to ports on Canada’s west coast, which saw inbound shipments rise 8% in the past quarter compared to a 5% decline for the Puget Sound ports.

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Research on Manufacturing Industries

Learn what trade data can tell you about industries from commodities and food to electronics and autos with concise, regular updates.

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Car Parts and Metals Duties Can’t Hold Japan Back, Tariff War Might

Japan’s trade growth reached 7% in April, the 17th straight increase, as the result of an 8% improvement in exports. That was an acceleration from the prior two months’ 2% expansion and came despite a rise of just 1% in iron/steel and 0.3% in car parts. The latter likely reflects increased demand for finished vehicles (up 16%). The former is notable given April was the first month that U.S. duties on steel and aluminum took effect. Trade with the U.S. more broadly may worsen once the Japanese government implements its threatened retaliatory tariffs against America’s section 232 metals duties. Relations more broadly won’t be helped by the 5% increase in the Japanese trade surplus vs. the U.S. seen in the month of April either.

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Research on Economics

Get the story behind the story with in-depth analysis of what is driving trade in the world’s largest economies.

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Too Much of a Good Thing? COSCO Shipping’s Post Merger Market Share Options

COSCO Shipping’s bid for Orient Overseas has taken a step closer to completion after it received NDRC approval in China. The remaining obstacle is CFIUS clearance in America, which may require the disposal of port assets at Long Beach. The next question is whether the combined entities’ competitive behavior needs to change. Looking at routes into the U.S. both have aggressively built market share, with COSCO’s volumes up 12% in the three months to April 30 while Orient Overseas has seen a 24% surge. That’s left lanes from the big five China ports accounting for 52% of their total U.S.-bound shipping, which may need to be reduced given the resulting density of economic and political risks. Two ports where there may be unnecessary overlap are routes out of Yantian (both companies have a 14% share of traffic) and Shanghai (COSCO 21%, Orient Overseas 13%).

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Research on Politics

Shifting policies, regulations and trade deals move the goal posts - get the data and facts behind the hype.

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LNG Export Inflation Won’t Stop It Being A Political Football

U.S. LNG exports are becoming increasingly politicized. The CFTC has indicated they may result in higher domestic natural gas prices. The sector may also be part of the rapprochement between the U.S. and Chinese governments on trade policy, while President Trump is also trying to apply pressure on the EU to take more American rather than Russian natural gas. Exports surged 63% higher in the first quarter of 2018. The inauguration of Dominion’s Cove Point terminal from March – as well as more capacity under construction – will mean growth will continue. Shipments to the EU have actually fallen 54% on a year earlier in the first quarter, and accounted for just 7% of the total. Those volumes instead went to South Korea (9x higher than a year earlier to reach a 24% share) and China (3x to 16%).

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