Investors start reaping the returns in extreme container market

For both Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd, the share price has decreased after a week of notable declines among Asian competitors. Analysts estimate to ShippingWatch that investors will start buying again. After a year of record-high freight rates, Jefferies eyes a "turning point."

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After a surge that has lasted more than a year, listed container lines are looking on from the sidelines as their share prices cool down.

In the past couple of days, share prices of Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd have declined while Asian competitors have seen their share prices fall by upwards of 10 percent Monday.

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