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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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COSCO Shipping Will Have To Leave Long Beach Without Leaving It

COSCO Shipping will probably have to sell its assets at the Port of Long Beach in order to obtain CFIUS approval for its acquisition of Orient Overseas. That’s not a surprise given the Trump administration’s concerns about Chinese investments in strategic U.S. assets, and should be deliverable given private equity interest in the port sector. Any acquirer will want COSCO to retain commercial relations with the port given it accounted for 31% of inbound volumes inbound in the past year. The company would not want the disruption anyway given Long Beach represented 37% of its U.S. inbound volumes over the same period.

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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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Self-Initiated Case Initiates Problem For Aluminum Buyers

The U.S. Commerce Department has ruled Chinese exports of aluminum sheet have been subsidized in the first “self-initiated” case brought by the Trump administration. The product will also receive an additional 10% duties due to the section 232 review of the broader industry, and will be a test case for the success of self-initiated cases. Chinese exports to the U.S. spiked in January to 2.8x the level of the prior three months, but by March had fallen 47% from January’s level. Consumers will pay the price though, with the average import value per ton – a proxy for price – having risen by 9% on the prior three months in February.

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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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JB Hunt Does Better Than Expected, But Forwarders’ Trend Still Downward

Freight forwarder JB Hunt reported a 20% surge in first quarter revenues, the fastest rate of expansion since at least 2014. Higher fuel surcharges helped the headline figure, though a marked increase in volumes was the main driver. While the absolute level of profitability was 2% higher than analysts expected, a rise in driver costs meant the EBITDA margin – a critical measure of pricing discipline – was 14.1% vs. 14.3% expected and down from 14.9% a year earlier. That was a similar pattern to (but not as bad as) that shown by Fedex at its most recent report. The two company’s reports affirm the likelihood that the freight forwarder sector will likely see another quarter of lower profitability, with a potential decline to 10.0% from 10.5% last year.

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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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Sanyo and Nippon Steel Weren’t Expecting A Metals Deal from Abe and Trump

Prime Minister Abe and President Trump were unable to reach an agreement to either bring the U.S. into the CPTPP or for the two countries to start bilateral trade negotiation at their recent summit. That’s not a big surprise despite the scale and persistence of Japan’s trade surplus. Additionally Japan has not been exempted from section 232 duties on steel and aluminum. Japanese manufacturers, led by Sanyo Special and Nippon Steel likely anticipated this with a 19% rise in U.S. imports in March (duties were applied on March 29) vs. February.

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