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Shipbroker: Strained capesize market has hit rock bottom

Fearnley Securities sees signs of the strained capesize segment having hit rock bottom, with rates now being lower than in smaller segments. "March should result in an imminent market upturn for the biggest ships," the shipbroker writes.

Fearnleys points to new dry bulk carrier as winner

Tor Olav Trøim's new and much-discussed dry bulk operator Bulkers 2020 will be a winner when the new environmental regulations change the dry bulk sector in 2020, notes Fearnleys according to Finansavisen.

Carriers generated more equity capital in 2017

Maritime companies raised a much larger amount of capital on the stock markets in 2017 than in the year before, according to a calculation from Fearnley Securities, which finds that investors are preparing for an upcycle in 2019/2020.

Declining container rates pressure Maersk's business plan

The decline in container rates has now reached 25 percent since August on the crucial Asia-Europe trade. This development puts pressure on container carriers, not least Maersk Line. Fearnley lowers its expectations for the full-year 2018.

Analysts praise DHT Holdings for "splendid transaction"

Clarksons Platou and Fearnley Securities are both praising tanker carrier DHT Holdings for its purchase of BW Group's VLCC fleet. With the transaction, the company goes from being on the defense to an active player in the consolidation in the tanker market, say the analysts.

Fearnley: Maersk Line headed out of the darkness

Several of the major maritime analyst firms point to better days ahead for the container carriers. According to Norwegian Fearnley Securities, Maersk Line has left the worst behind after increasing rates and higher freight volumes in the last few months.

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