Bank sees two outcomes for dry bulk i 2017 – both end well

Either the dry bulk rates will rise this year or the supply of vessels will decline, enabling rates to go up next year instead. Regardless of the journey to get there, the future looks bright for struggling bulk carriers, according to J.P. Morgan and Danske Bank.

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