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A glut of vessels and stalling cargo growth until 2020 : Goldman Sachs Group Inc.

The World Shrinks for Goldman as Commodity Rout Snares Ships

The collapse in global rates for shipping commodities from the world’s mines to mills and utilities will persist until at least 2020 on a glut of vessels and stalling cargo growth, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. 478 more words

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Shipbuilders in Talks Over 50 Giant Bulk Carriers

More volume dooms commodity shipping sector recovery.

LONDON—Brazil’s Vale SA, the world’s biggest iron producer, is in talks with Chinese shipbuilders and leasing companies to build around 50 giant bulk carriers that would move iron ore from Brazil to China, two people with direct knowledge of the matter said Wednesday. 543 more words

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The Dry Shipping Picture May Be Even Worse Than You Think

I want to recommend a new article on Seeking Alpha – the analysis shows our continuing belief this is a sector to watch NOT purchase. 176 more words

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Analysys Sees Dry Bulk Shipping Recovery in 2016

What’s on the Horizon for the Dry Bulk Shipping Industry?

Current dry bulk shipping industry

In 2015 to date, the Guggenheim Shipping ETF (SEA… 651 more words

FRO - Zacks says "Abandon Ship "

What Falling Estimates & Price Mean for Frontline (FRO) – Tale of the Tape

imilar to wise buying decisions, exiting certain underperformers at the right time helps maximize portfolio returns. 319 more words

Dry bulk shippers: Stocks fall on lower capesize rates

Dry bulk shippers: Stocks fall on lower capesize rates

16 Mar 2015 – Reuters

BUZZ-Dry bulk shippers: Stocks fall on lower capesize rates** Shares of dry bulk shippers down 1.2-5.5 pct… 242 more words

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Everyone Hates U.S. Stocks ?

Not since the year of the credit crisis have the world’s biggest investors had a lower opinion of American equities.

With interest rates poised to rise and Europe ascending, the percentage of global money managers who are underweight American equities is the highest since 2008, a survey by Bank of America Corp. 1,126 more words

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