"A tweet could change the dry bulk market"

The dry bulk market continues its gradual improvement despite trade tensions and lower growth in China, Norden CEO Jan Rindbo tells ShippingWatch. But it does not take much these days for things to change its course.

Photo: /ritzau/Lars Krabbe

Updated with comments from Jan Rindbo 12:30 pm CET

All it takes is a smartphone in the hands of a president to trigger uncertainties in the dry bulk market.

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