Container line stocks rose by an average 140 percent this year

The world's container carriers have in general seen major surges on stock exchanges during 2021, writes Alphaliner. Following a dive in October, share prices have increased once again.

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Share prices among container shipping companies have increased by 140 percent on average this year, with stocks on the rise again following a decline in October, according to Alphaliner.

"Gains which began after the release of the carriers' third quarter results have further accelerated since the emergence of the Omicron variant," writes the analyst firm in its newsletter.

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