• US-Russia trade continues to plunge - Census Bureau

    1 month ago - By RT

    The sharpest decline was recorded in shipments of nuclear fuel and palladium
    Supplies of Russian goods to the US have fallen to their lowest level in 18 years, news outlet RBC reported on Tuesday, citing data from the US Census Bureau.
    June imports from Russia to the US amounted to $661 million, the lowest since February 2004, when they stood at $653 million. The figure dropped 1.7 times in one month and was nearly five times lower than the monthly average of $2.5 billion in 2021.
    According to Census data, the sharpest decline was recorded in shipments of nuclear fuel, platinum group...
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  • Oil tanker rates are at their highest in at least 25 years thanks to strong fuel demand and Russia sanctions disrupting traditional trading routes

    Oil tanker rates are at their highest in at least 25 years thanks to strong fuel demand and Russia sanctions disrupting traditional trading routes

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    Fuel tankers are experiencing their strongest rates in at least 25 years. Suriyapong Thongsawang
    Rates for tankers carrying refined fuels reached their highest in at least 25 years.
    Fuel tankers earned more than $40,000 a day for the last 14 weeks, Bloomberg reported.
    Strong demand for crude oil and longer sailing routes from sanctions have driven the surge.
    Tanker rates for refined fuels are at their highest in at least 25 years boosted by strong demand for fuel and longer trading routes after Russia invaded Ukraine, according to media reports. Fuel tankers earned more than $40,000 a day...
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