Posts filed under “Transports”

Transportation Infrastructure Investment

Transportation Infrastructure Investment: Macroeconomic and Industry Contribution of the Federal Highway and Mass Transit Program

Category: Think Tank, Transports

Brother, Can You Spare 12 cents for Crumbling Infrastructure?

In the middle of the last century the U.S. started building the Interstate Highway System. It’s now named after President Dwight Eisenhower, who shepherded its passage through Congress in 1956. Connecting the far-flung corners of this large nation, this 47,714 mile network allows commerce to flow freely. The cost of construction, adjusted for inflation, was…Read More

Category: Really, really bad calls, Taxes and Policy, Transports

Tanker Tracker

Source: Oil Buyer’s Guide, Bloomberg Brief

Category: Digital Media, Energy, Transports

Baltic Index Overwhelemed by New Ships

We haven’t looked at Baltic Dry Index in a while – Despite the high CRB Index, the BDI has not managed to rally much off its post crisis lows. The reason for this: Massive over-building of new bulk transport ships. Here’s Bloomberg: “At a time when analysts anticipate record profits for the biggest mining companies…Read More

Category: Commodities, Transports