Investment bank raises expectations for tanker carriers

Listed crude oil and product tanker carriers can look forward to a significant boost in profits and share prices in 2015 and 2016 from US-based investment bank Global Hunter Securities (GHS).

Strong rates in crude oil as well as product tanker makes US-based investment bank Global Hunter Securities (GHS) raise its projected profit and share price targets for a series of companies. These include Hafnia Tankers, after the Danish carrier recently submitted an application to the US Financial Supervision Commission (FSC) in light of completing a planned IPO on the New York Stock Exchange in the near future.

Hafnia Tankers is currently listed on the OTC Exchange in Oslo.

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