If you have contract coverage, above the breakeven rate, that would, obviously, take down the cash breakeven rate for the spot vessels. (Inaudible) lower cash breakeven rates offers a strong downside protection against the low-rate environment and at the same time it creates a great upside potentials in a strengthening tanker market. So, in general, we're seeing more questions. I know you postponed a few, I think it was four. No, there are opportunities. Let us then take a look at the balance sheet on Slide 6. Payable March 23; for shareholders of record March 13; ex-div March 9. (See Chiasma stock analysis on TipRanks)To find good ideas for stocks trading at attractive valuations, visit TipRanks’ Best Stocks to Buy, a newly launched tool that unites all of TipRanks’ equity insights.Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the featured analysts. OK. And then going forward, is a 50% net income a fair assumption? To balance that, we have what we refer to as a survey pool of over 100 vessels out of which some will be recycled or converted for permanent storage. Jetzt neu: für Frontline ist der Dividenden-Chartvergleich verfügbar: Der Dividenden-Chartvergleich zeigt die Rendite inklusive der Ausschüttungen (Aktienkurs + Dividende, grün) im Vergleich zum Aktienkurs (blau) und so die wirkliche Rendite einer Investition in die Aktie. We're pretty happy with the -- with the size. It could happen anytime. Your next question comes from the line of Greg Lewis from BTIG. In terms of the markets, if you look historically for this, then these sort of events, it's normally something that triggers a quick turnaround in the market. Thank you very much, Inger. There are 105 5G networks worldwide, and device manufacturers have released over 160 5G smartphones, tablets, and other products onto the commercial market – and there are over 230 million 5G subscribers worldwide. Oil demand remains strong and this should be evidence when global refineries complete their maintenance and new refineries start production. It's not turning out to be uh -- to be as aloof to this -- what we were hoping, of course, but the downside was -- so the risk in that was always controlled and limited. Let's look at the key factors that are in play. The content is intended to be used for informational purposes only. LR2s made the just shy of $37,000 and we have booked two-thirds of Q3 at $14.5 million. [Inaudible] with that makes it even, no, yeah. But uh, if you look at that market, as I mentioned in the introduction, there are a growing number of older ships, and looking at the last 18 months, then, the value -- the steel value has fluctuated between $11 million and $18 million. Like VYNE’s therapy, COVID-19 impacted the launch, but Rx trends are also rebounding, with the company expecting peak sales to reach $150-$200 million. Hello, Robert and Inger. The current TTM dividend payout for Frontline (FRO) as of September 18, 2020 is $2.00. In the investing game, it’s not only about what you buy; it’s about when you buy it. Good afternoon, this is Chis Snyder on for Amit. When it comes to VLCCs, I'm very pleased that we've seen a slowdown now over the last three, four months. And the numbers, they included vessels on time charter-out and we are looking at the period of 365 days from July 1st, 2020. It will be up to the board again to decide this. Motley Fool Transcribers, The Motley Fool. The higher speeds on the networks have gotten the most attention, but 5G will also over 10 times higher data transfer rates, one-tenth the network latency, and far higher connection density capabilities. What we've seen in the Middle East over the summer, where basically one out of three cargos has disappeared. Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, we'll now begin the question-and-answer session. Throughout the industry, the pandemic has weighed on the launches of new therapies. The greedy are, at last, getting blown out, and the prudent being vindicated. We're seeing very few transactions. With that, I will hand the call to Inger to take us through the financials in detail. Could you talk a little bit about, and maybe a little bit more color around, in the press release, you highlighted, the Q2 forward fixtures but then there was this language about vessels potentially being on ballast legs for longer, was that -- is that sort of a function of how the fleet has been positioned or is it more a function of, is that more an indication of the fact that the spot market, you know, the current spot market is really weak and that's just limiting opportunities to fix vessels? Is that still the same as previous guidance? Certainly. So -- but again, on the VLCCs, we have warned about it that ballast dates will come, will bring that number down. And could you give us a little insight on what your plans are for Feen, your Feen acquisition, you're on 28%, 29% now, I'm sure that you have some preferential treatment as to the installation of scrubbers there.