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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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After the incident the Baltic Exchange was demolished and at first was to become an English Heritage site, but now in its place stands The Gerkin.
Rents for Capesize ships that haul ore and grain on backhaul routes were at minus $7,342 a day, the lowest since that index began in 1999, Baltic Exchange data shows.
Tanker rates on the benchmark cross Mediterranean route rocketed up to their highest in more than nine months last week to nearly $50,000 a day before retreating to $41,197 a day Friday, Baltic Exchange data showed.
The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index which tracks rates to ship dry commodities, fell on Thursday for a second day due to slower activity, growing vessel supply and a weaker outlook.
Despite the initial resistance of Baltic countries to the idea of a joint Baltic exchange in the establishment phase, today there is a "Pan-Baltic Exchange" not in legal but in economic terms.
The Baltic Exchange, NYMEX, and IMAREX are the three main marketplaces for these contracts.
10TH APRIL, 1992: BALTIC EXCHANGE A DAY after a general election in Britain, the IRA responded to the Tory victory by exploding a 100 lb semtex bomb in the heart of the City of London.
She sees the market's demutualization in 2005, intense competition in the trading space and the acquisition of Nordic and Baltic exchange operator and technology provider OMX AB last year as important milestones during her tenure.
That was 3.4% above the London-based Baltic Exchange's benchmark rate of 37.23 points for Saudi consignments to Japan.
Drayton, chairman of Baltic Exchange; Peter Swift, managing director of Intertanko; Roger Holt, managing director of Intercargo; Philip Embiricos, president of Bimco; Roberto Giorgi, president of Vship; Bill Oneil, ex-secretary general of the International Maritime Organisation; Matt Flynn, president of Flynn Consulting; Ken Soerensen, CEO of United Arab Shipping Company, and Amna Al Jallaf, partner of Ince and Co.
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd and other shippers buoyed the market, extending gains on continuing demand for iron ore into China that helped push the Baltic Exchange's chief sea freight index to a record high.
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.
April 1992: Car bomb at Baltic Exchange in London kills three.
APRIL 1992 Car bomb outside Baltic Exchange in London kills three.
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