Eagle Bulk reduces deficit in second quarter

The US-based dry bulk carrier Eagle Bulk has managed to improve earnings but not its revenue in the second quarter this year. A new debt agreement has been reached.

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The former CEO of Clipper, Gary Vogel, will take over the top job at Eagle Bulk on September first. And he will become CEO of a carrier that is headed towards brighter days.

Read the second quarter interim report for Eagle Bulk here.

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