Analyst predicts another uncertain year for shipping stocks

Positive developments for LPG and a promising product tanker market in 2021, but dry bulk's success depends on China. Danske Bank analyst now makes his predictions as to how shipping will develop on the stock market in 2021 to media E24.

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How the world handles Covid-19 in the new year will have a great impact on the stock market for shipping equities.

If authorities manage to get the health crisis under control and economies return to a more normal state, it could potentially become a good year for the stock market in certain shipping segments, says Anders Redigh Karlsen, analyst at Danske Bank Markets, in a comment to E24.

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