The DFDS share lost more than one fourth of its value in 2012

2012 was not a good year for the DFDS share, which lost 28 percent of its value over the year. The causes are the low volumes due to the crisis in Europe, as well as the competitive situation on the English Channel and on the route between Gothenburg and Great Britain, says dan Togo Jensen from Handelsbanken.

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While the other listed Danish shipping companies on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange saw their market value increase, the DFDS share dropped 28 percent in value when comparing the market value on December 30th 2011 to that of December 31st 2012, according to numbers from Nykredit Markets reviewed by ShippingWatch.

2012 a good stock year for almost all shipping companies

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