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Maersk lowers expectations for full-year result

Maersk lowers its expectation for the full-year result for 2018 due to, among other issues, high fuel costs. The company also reveals some of the financial details of its half-year report to be published Friday 17 August.

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Maersk expects to deliver a lower full-year result than was previously announced, informs the company in a press release Tuesday.

Earlier, the company had expected to present an operating result (EBIDTA) between USD 4 and 5 billion, which has now been lowered to USD 3.5-4.2 billion.

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