Clarksons wants to do corporate analyses of Maersk Line

Clarksons initiates a continued corporate analytical coverage of five listed container shipping companies, including Maersk Line. This is a direct challenge to equity analysts who follow this sector, writes Lloyd's List.   

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London-based Clarksons initiates coverage of five container shipping companies, including Maersk Line and APL, by offering frequent corporate analyses, in a direct challenge to financial institutions and equity analysts who follow this sector.

According to Lloyd’s List, the first companies that will be covered are Maersk Line, APL, OOCL, Wan Hai, and China Shipping Container Lines, but more will be added to the list over the coming months.

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