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Synonyms for Baltic

a sea in northern Europe

a branch of the Indo-European family of languages related to the Slavonic languages

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The Baltic Exchange provides daily freight market prices, maritime shipping cost indices, and a market for FFAs.
On his company's recent deals related to Scandinavian and Baltic exchange operator OMX's merger with US-based Nasdaq, he said Borse Dubai is in the process of rebranding the Dubai International Financial Exchange.
The Gherkin, which opened in 2004 and is also known as 30 St Mary Axe or Swiss Re Tower, was designed by Sir Norman Foster and built on the site of the Baltic Exchange after an IRA bomb in 1992.
Visit Birmingham city centre, the Baltic Exchange on the Tyne, Glasgow or Cardiff Bay.
April 1992: Car bomb at Baltic Exchange in London kills three.
APRIL 1992 Car bomb outside Baltic Exchange in London kills three.
Many buildings, including the Baltic Exchange, are destroyed by the IRA blast.
The dozen come together for the Flesh Of The Bear which is being promoted by the Baltic Exchange scheme.
Terrorists used a truck to deliver the April 10, 1992, bomb that exploded in front of the Baltic Exchange.
It is a long time indeed since England's trade with the Baltic made it worthwhile to set up the Baltic Exchange.
Singapore Exchange Limited and The Baltic Exchange Limited are pleased to announce that the acquisition of the Baltic Exchange by SGX has been completed today as planned, bringing together complementary strengths of Singapore and London, two of the worlds most important maritime centres.
A predictor for freight rate movement and for general economic health is the BDI, which is a number issued daily by the London-based Baltic Exchange.
Capesize rates more than doubled to $35,428 a day this month, the highest since November 2010, according to the Baltic Exchange, the London-based publisher of shipping costs.
Daily returns on the Saudi Arabia- to-Japan voyage jumped 35 percent to $42,285 on February 11, the highest since November 2, according to the London- based Baltic Exchange.
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