Two dry bulk carriers raised share value by more than 150 percent this year

Two of the largest dry bulk carriers on the Oslo Stock Exchange have raised their share value by more than 150 percent due to 2021's extraordinary market conditions.

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Lucrative conditions in the dry bulk market see two carriers make significant leaps on the Oslo Stock Exchange this year.

Dry bulk carriers Golden Ocean and 2020 Bulkers have benefited significantly from the highest rates in over a decade in tandem with a low orderbook, seeing their share values increase by more than 150 percent this year.

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