Listed DryShips performs massive impairment on rig company. The future looks highly uncertain for the company that lost USD 1.4 billion in the second quarter.
BY OLE ANDERSEN
The future for Greece's DryShips, listed in New York and whose primary activity is dry bulk shipping, seems highly uncertain after the company late Thursday published a remarkable second quarter net deficit of USD 1.4 billion.
CII: IMO’s new climate regulation, CII, is liable to undermine its own intentions, German carrier Oldendorff warns. CII fails to view situation in its entirety, which may lead to an increase in emissions.
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