NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Dry-bulk shipping stocks fell sharply for the second straight session Wednesday.Shipping day-rates declined once again, according to the Baltic Exchange, a London-based ship broker, with fees for capesize vessels, the biggest dry bulk transports that ply the oceans, falling to about $48,000 a day after surmounting the $50,000 level last week.
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