EnergyCents- Ep 71: Ship shape: Waterborne tanker movements reveal commodity-trade clues
COVID restrictions and Russia sanctions upended seaborne trade patterns over the past several years and are now contributing to levels of consumer price inflation not seen in some 40 years. S&P Global’s Vice President of Maritime and Trade Rahul Kapoor joins EnergyCents this week to discuss changes in commodity shipping patterns observed since lockdowns froze global trade in early 2020, and identifies the current trends that may be testing the world’s economic resilience.
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