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Red Sea Risk

As attacks on commercial shipping to continue in the Red Sea, Lloyd's List offers the latest insight, analysis and commentary on how the crisis is impacting shipping markets and global trade


Latest News & Analysis

Mediterranean ports hit by multiple challenges

Volumes are growing significantly but growth is not unlimited. Ports are having to adapt to an environment in which predictability and reliability cannot be guaranteed

Red Sea Risk Containers

Marine insurance: Baltimore is game changer for rates

Sector faces potential exposure up to $3bn but will not know for certain for years to come. That’s little comfort to underwriters making pricing decisions in the here and now

Mid-Year outlook Casualty

No immediate impact on Bab el Mandeb transits after wave of Houthi aggression

The Houthis threaten to continue their Red Sea campaign with even ‘greater’ attacks, as security analysts warn of more disruption and the prospect of new weapons systems

Red Sea Risk Piracy and Security

Container rate strength revives Asian shipping stocks

Relentless rises in container freight rates have led to a resurgence in investor confidence, which has spilled over into other sectors. Major listed shipping firms in Shanghai, Hong Kong and Seoul have seen sustained rises in their share prices this week

Red Sea Risk Finance

Two-year deal for new Euroseas boxship points to rate surge

Improvement in rates applies to older feeders as well as modern units as charterers look ahead for vessels, says broker

Red Sea Risk Containers

Shipping industry calls for action to end ‘unacceptable’ Red Sea attacks

Several big hitters in the shipping industry have signed a statement calling on ‘states of influence’ near the Red Sea region to take action to stop attacks on shipping in the area

Red Sea Risk Dry Bulk

Summertime blues come early for VLCCs as spot rates sink

There was only one VLCC newbuilding for delivery this year, and it hit the water back in January — the supply side is great. Not so on the demand side. VLCC rates have already entered the summer doldrums

Red Sea Risk Tankers and Gas

Second ship believed sunk by Yemen’s Houthis in Red Sea attacks

Tutor became the second merchant ship to be sunk by the Houthis in the Red Sea

Red Sea Risk Casualty
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