Maersk's share price at highest level in two years

Maersk CEO Søren Skou has lost two prominent management colleagues within a month, the US-China trade conflict remains unsettled and the new sulfur regulations take effect in 20 days. And yet, Maersk equity is at its highest level in two years.

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Despite executive departures, trade conflict and uncertainty regarding the upcoming sulfur requirements, Maersk's shares are currently traded at the highest levels seen in close to two years.

Especially the second half of 2019 has boosted the B share price. Since early June, the price has increased by just about 40 percent and is currently traded at just above DKK 10,000 (USD 1,483).

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