Scorpio Bulkers lost USD 170 million in first half of 2020

Scorpio Bulkers continued its losses from the start of the year into the second quarter with a deficit of USD 45.1 million, shows interim report. The company has thus lost around USD 170 million in the first half of 2020.

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Dry bulk shipping company Scorpio Bulkers finished the second quarter of the year with a deficit of USD 45.1 million, shows the interim report.

The deficit marks the continuation of a big loss in the first quarter, where the company lost USD 124 million, and Scorpio Bulkers has thus in the first half of the year lost USD 169.8 million.

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