Platou expects USD 200 million Maersk Line deficit

Analysts Platou expect a USD 200 million deficit in Maersk Line's financial report for the 2nd quarter, to be published on Friday. Nykredit also expects a negative result.

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If analysts Platou's predictions are correct, then the 2nd quarter 2013 went the wrong way for Maersk Line.

Ahead of Friday's publication of the Maersk Group's financial report, the Oslo-based analysts predict that the shipping company will present a deficit of USD 200 million. The first quarter brought a positive result of USD 204 million. Platou estimates that the carrier will present an EBITDA of around USD 200 million.

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