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Drybulk shipping stocks are in the green as oil stayed above $50 per barrel and the broader market rallied.
Shipping stocks are largely down on the heels of a report that ship owners may anchor the largest number of vessels since the 1970s.
Dry bulk shipping stocks follow the broader market down, with virtually all widely held names trading in the red.
Shipping stocks are rising on good news from the dry bulk sector.
Excel Maritime announces loan restructuring and a $45 million equity infusion and sets a date for its financial reports.
DryShips says it has received a going concern note from auditors in relation to the company's efforts to reclassify $1.8 billion in debt.
After an initial drop, many shipping stocks abruptly reverse course.
DryShips and Star Bulk lead the shipping sector in percentage gains.
DryShips shares fall on news that the company suffered a $1.02 billion loss for the fourth quarter of 2008.
DryShips shares were rising sharply on news of a three-year exploratory drilling contract with Petrobras.
Shipping stocks are mixed amid rising oil and positive earnings data from Star Bulk Carriers.
As oil climbed past $46 per barrel, shipping stocks find themselves back on the plus side, with small-cap name Horizon Lines leading in percentage gains.
Shipping stocks suffer as oil slid and another company sought debt restructuring.
Shipping stocks were solidly in the green Monday after Maersk Line and APL announced they were raising freight rates.
Shipping-stock investors, queasy from another week of ups and downs, watched their stocks rise Friday afternoon.
Shipping-stock investors suffer another episode of whiplash Thursday as shares reverse the previous day's gains.
Shipping stocks are soaring Wednesday afternoon, far outpacing a rally in the broader market.
DryShips agrees to accept $30.8 million rather than $61 million for the M/V Paragon.
DryShips shares are dropping after the company announced it would accept half the original sale price for one of its ships.
Shipping stocks are getting dashed against the rocks, with double-digit losses across the board.
Eagle Bulk Shipping reports net income that meets analyst estimates and a 64% rise in revenue.
Genco posts fourth-quarter earnings, and DryShips reaches a final agreement with Nordea Bank for a covenant waiver.
The shippers are thrashing about as the broader market stays stuck in the red.
Shipping stocks had a bumpy start Tuesday but rose into the close after an analyst at Wachovia upgraded three shippers.
An analyst at Oppenheimer has upgraded the stock to Perform, contending that the downside has been realized.
Diana Shipping and the rest of the sector are off to a rough start Friday.
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