Moody's expects cooler container and dry bulk markets in 2022

The container and dry bulk markets appear to be in for a cool-down after record-high growth rates in 2021. However, demand is still strong, as a result of which the market will remain at a stable level, assesses Moody's in a prognosis.

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The extreme container and dry bulk markets remain at high levels even though the markets seem to be in line for a slight cool-down in the coming year.

Next year, demand will still exceed supply, but the market has peaked and will abate for some time to come, according to rating bureau Moody's.

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