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  Ports       380 cSt 180 cSt ULS F0 MGO/MGO LS Date
Rotterdam(NL) Market Indications   
ULS FO / MGO LS
Ex Barge     352 arrow     370 arrow    
519

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548

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20 Feb
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Rotterdam (NL) Price Forecast
   
Forecast for today:
Forecast for tomorrow:
+4.50
-0.75

 
 
 
 
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-
 
 
            +8.25
+0.25

Feb20
Data retrived: 2018-02-20 17:02 CET
Please note that above-mentioned prices are purely indicative -based on volumes fuel 500 mt and mdo / gas oil 100 mt-, to be used as guidance only, since market is fluctuating constantly.

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Prices published are only indications and may therefore vary.
Marine Bunker Exchange takes no responsibility for any market decisions taken on the basis of such indications.
MABUX World Bunker Index 380 HS, 180 HS and MGO (Gasoil) Future Curve
world index
Date380HSFO180HSFOMGO LS
2018-02-20359.79(+1.86)397.07(+1.14)603.86(+3.36)
2018-02-19357.93395.93600.50
oil futures
DateBrentWTISpread
2018-02-1965.6762.393.28
2018-02-1664.8461.683.16
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