Investors pound dry bulk assets down 30 percent

The stock markets are pricing dry bulk ship assets far lower than brokers' current ship price evaluations, according to Platou Markets.

Investors on the international stock markets are currently sending dry bulk asset prices to rock bottom, pricing the assets 30 percent lower than the average price estimates quoted by shipbrokers.

According to Oslo-based analysts RS Platou Markets on Wednesday, shipbrokers currently estimate a five-year-old Capesize at around USD 41 million, a Panama at approx. USD 21 million and around USD 22 million for a Supramax.

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