Three Capital Markets Days have hurt the Maersk share

Experiences from the Maersk Group's three Capital Markets Days since 2012 illustrate that the share has taken a hit on each occasion, notes Clarksons Platou, calling for answers to where Maersk plans to grow going forward.

The Maersk share has reacted negatively to the three Capital Markets Days held by the Danish shipping and oil conglomerate once a year since 2012. The biggest share setback came last year after the Capital Markets Day on September 24 when the market reacted negatively to, especially, lower savings than projected from Maersk Line's collaboration with Swiss container carrier MSC in the 2M alliance, reports Clarksons Platou in a prelude to the fourth A.P. Moeller-Maersk Capital Markets Day, which will take place on Wednesday, September 9, in Copenhagen.

The analyst agency's negative expectations include statements from Maersk senior management hinting at continuing tough container and oil markets, while the Group's major focus on reduced costs feature among the positive expectations.

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