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DryShips shares jump Monday after an upgrade from Morgan Stanley.
Hedge fund billionaire Steve Cohen's big bet on Genco and dry bulk shipping stocks in general is bound to pay off, say readers of TheStreet.
U.S. Marines staged a successful rescue operation when it recaptured a ship hijacked by Somali pirates Thursday, setting the stage for a possible shift in the way navies respond to piracy.
Dry bulk stocks could rise as a result of falling iron ore prices, analysts say.
Dry bulk shipping companies, in the wake of second -quarter-earnings report season, are looking for a rebound in rates.
Excel Maritime suffers bigger-than-expected dry-dock costs during the second quarter, causing one analyst to slash his EPS target -- but better days might be ahead for the still debt-laden company.
The dry bulk sector, according to some observers, may be poised for a turnaround later in the year. Which stock is the best vehicle for participating in a potential rally?
In the wake of a collapse in dry-bulk shipping rates, companies in the shipping sector are set to report second-quarter results in the coming days and weeks; here's what we see on the horizon for shipping stocks.
Dry bulk shipping stocks were mostly higher Tuesday -- in tandem with a surging broader market lifted by positive manufacturing data -- even as dry-bulk freight rates continued a two-week slide.
Dry-bulk shipping stocks continue to slide, as macro fears drive a few names to fresh 52-week lows.
Diana Shipping tops expectations by two pennies with its first-quarter results, but profit is still down from a year ago.
DryShips posts a quarter full of charges, while a drillships IPO is looking more and more distant, analysts say.
Dry bulk shipping stocks plunge Thursday as investors, spooked by European solvency, sell off equities across the board.
Genco Shipping posts a decent first quarter, but not decent enough to withstand a broader equity selloff.
Dry bulk freight rates have surged in recent days. What gives? And will stock prices in the sector soon follow?
Participants in TheStreet's latest dry-bulk poll agree: iron-ore shippers are best served by a change to a quarterly contract pricing system for iron ore.
The prospects for dry-bulk shipping companies in 2010 hinge on the outcome of the contentious iron ore pricing talks between China and the big three mining companies.
In this multimedia series, TheStreet explores the costs that piracy poses to the merchant shipping industry -- and details the impact that Somalia's rogue business is having on the global economy.
Somalia's pirate brigades have over the last few years spread out from their original hunting grounds in the Gulf of Aden to cover vast areas of open ocean. Here is an interactive map of 11 of the most notorious pirate attacks of the last two years.
In Part 3 of our four-part series on piracy and the costs it poses to the merchant shipping industry, we chronicle a recent pirate attack -- and uncover the dirty dealings of a shipper's worst nightmare.
The rise of Somali piracy harasses one of the world's busiest shipping routes; it's global trade against the skiffs.
Dry-bulk shipping stocks lose ground Monday as China credit-tightening fears reenter the markets once again.
DryShips' drillships venture may face some new challenges, says one analyst.
Excel Maritime surpasses expectations, but the fourth-quarter numbers aren't quite as good as first appearances might indicate.
Dry-bulk shares spike Tuesday, with shipping rates strengthening even though business remains slows amid the Chinese New Year festivities.
Readers of TheStreet are bullish on dry-bulk shipping rates early in 2010.
The outlook for the first quarter in dry-bulk shipping will rise and fall on everyone's favorite economic drivers: supply (the number of new ships delivered) and demand (China's continued appetite for iron ore).
Dry-shippers had a happy fourth-quarter. But early in the new year, rates have weakened and big orderbook looms. What's in store for five shippers over the next quarter?
Faced with a struggling shipping industry, investors will be better off waiting until later this year to add the Claymore/Delta Global Shipping Index ETFs to their portfolios.
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