Stock value of major container carriers has gone up 400 percent

The extraordinarily strong container market has made the stock value of large container carriers soar. Asian shipping lines in particular have seen a rise, while Maersk is in the lower end in terms of percentage-wise increase, writes Alphaliner.

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Major container carriers have seen their stock values skyrocket in the past year, in which the Covid-19 pandemic led to huge demand and bottlenecks worldwide.

Container carriers' stocks have risen by an average of 400 percent compared to pre-pandemic levels, writes Alphaliner in a statement.

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