Dry bulk declines but H1 is among the best since 2008

Although the dry bulk market is slowing down, the first half-year still looks set to become a very good one, according to Clarksons Research. Several factors pose a threat, though.
Photo: Rob Griffith/AP/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: Rob Griffith/AP/Ritzau Scanpix

Dry bulk rates are decreasing, but the first six months of 2022 still appear to have been some of the best in many years, writes analyst firm Clarksons Research in its half-year report.

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