Norden upgrades outlook again despite first quarter deficit

Shipping company Norden raises its 2021 outlook. The Danish bulk and product tanker operator makes the upgrade despite booking a deficit on the bottom line for the first quarter.

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Dry bulk and product tanker shipping company Norden once again upgrades its 2021 outlook despite booking a deficit on the bottom line in the first three months of the year, shows the company's interim report, published Thursday.

The upgrade is attributable to the shipping company's dry bulk business Dry Operator.

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