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Spot and Time Charter Rates for Tankers, 1970-77

Spot and Time Charter Rates for Tankers, 1970-77

The authors find that a model based on exponentially declining weights provides a reasonable explanation of the formation of rate expectations. It appears that an explanation still needs to be found for the violent fluctuations in rates.

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