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Golden Ocean sees best quarterly result ever

John Fredriksen-controlled Golden Ocean has generated the best quarterly result in the history of the company. CEO is optimistic about the prospects of a longer period with high rates.

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Norwegian dry bulk company Golden Ocean got off to the best start the company has ever had in 2021, with high dry bulk rates and a spot market rate that lifted earnings, shows the quarterly report, published on Thursday.

The upturn is not expected to end here. The company could be looking at a prolonged period of high rates, says CEO Ulrik Andersen.

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