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The battle over the emergency bunker surcharge heats up

The new bunker surcharge imposed by carriers suggests distress for carriers and that bottom lines are under pressure, say analysts. A negotiation between shipowners and customers is underway, while a global shipping organization says the measure is similar to another controversial practice.

Carnegie: Strong rate developments have ended

The second half of the year is starting to look very challenging for Maersk Line, notes the Swedish investment bank, downgrading its estimates ahead of the Maersk Group's upcoming interim report.

Analysts: Maersk Line headed for billion-dollar improvement

An improved profit of no less than USD 1 billion for 2017 may sound like a bold prediction from Maersk Line, but Danish and international analysts speaking to ShippingWatch all seem confident that CEO Søren Skou is on track to reaching his goal. The group's first quarter results will be released Thursday.

Carnegie: Four scenarios for the new Maersk

Ensuring a clear and shareholder-friendly investment strategy at Maersk is far more crucial than splitting up the group, which would likely not create more value for shareholders, projects investment bank Carnegie in an analysis.

Investorer bekymrede over Maersk-aktie ved ny priskrig

A.P. Møller-Mærsks hårdt prøvede aktie er spændt hårdt op på udviklingen i containerrederiet Maersk Line, efter at olieforretningen længe har ligget underdrejet. En bølge af nye superskibe skaber dog bekymring blandt selskabets investorer for, at Maersk Line ikke kan levere de nødvendige resultater.

Analyst: DFDS growth stunted by scrubbers

It will take longer than expected for DFDS to repay its scrubber investments. The company remains solid, but growth will happen at a lower pace than expected, notes analyst agency.

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