Tankers for Trump – bulkers and boxships for Biden

Tanker operators have reason to root for sitting US President Donald Trump, while the dry bulk and container lines should hope for Democrat Joe Biden to win when the US president election is decided on Tuesday, projects VesselsValue.

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Should the shipping sector root for Donald Trump or Joe Biden when the Americans on Tuesday vote to elect the 46th president of the United States?

The answer to this question depends on which sector in the shipping industry one looks at, according to a new analysis from VesselsValue.

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