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Perfect storms in 2009. Rogue waves in 2010? Here's a preview of the coming year in dry-bulk shipping, and a capsule look at five companies to watch in 2010.
Dry-bulk shipping rates continue to weaken Friday as a hyper-volatile 2009 comes to a close.
Readers of TheStreet once again weigh in with a vote of confidence for the controversial DryShips.
Which of these six dry-bulk shipping companies has the best chance to outperform its peers on the oceans -- and in the equities markets -- next year?
The dry-bulk shipping industry went on a shopping spree two and three years ago, when times were flush during the peak of the boom. Next year is the time of reckoning.
The numbers don't lie -- and neither do the charts. The dry-bulk shipping sector appears headed for stormy seas in 2010.
Readers of TheStreet weigh in bullishly on the prospects of Chinese steel prices and their impact on the dry-bulk shipping business.
Dry-bulk shipping stocks end Tuesday mixed, cooling off after a wild ride over the last few weeks.
Shares in the dry-bulk shipping sector plunge Thursday amid a broad market selloff and indications that spot rates are moderating after a big recent run-up.
Dry-bulk shipping stocks surge again as rates continue their climb northward.
DryShips will likely report the most impressive third-quarter results, according to readers of TheStreet.
Dry-bulk shipping stocks decline sharply for the second day in a row.
Share prices across the dry-bulk shipping sector fall sharply as day rates decline on the Baltic Exchange.
Shares of dry-bulk shipping companies fall sharply as investors flee riskier names.
Which dry-bulk shipping stock carries the most risk for investors? According to a recent poll by TheStreet.com, it's DryShips.
Some of the more well-known shippers have posted losses over the past year. International Shipholding is an exception.
DryShips shares spike Friday as bullish traders buy up call options on the stock -- but other shippers are mixed.
Unsurprisingly, fan favorite DryShips takes the top spot in TheStreet's poll of the hottest stocks in the dry-bulk shipping sector.
Which dry-bulk shipping stock do you think has the best chance of navigating this week's choppy economic waters?
Dry Bulk shares slip Monday after shipping rates weaken late last weak.
FreeSeas posts mediocre quarterly results, but says its prospects are way better than other dry bulk shippers.
Eagle Bulk reports earnings in-line with expectations and announces a favorable deal with creditors after struggling under a big debt load.
Excel Maritime reports second-quarter results that do not impress Wall Street, as a slew of items confuses its bottom line.
Three dry bulkers impress -- and three decidedly do not -- in this round-up of the class, and the skid row, of the sector.
Dry bulk stocks gain ground Tuesday as shipping rates strengthen following a prolonged period of declines.
Recently on Stockpickr, Kevin Baker answered questions about Excel Maritime, investing in gold and more.
Dry bulk shares fall sharply on indications that recent optimism of a rebound is perhaps unfounded, including a drop in shipping futures and commodities prices.
Dry Bulk carrier stocks climb Tuesday on the back of a positive research note from investment firm Dahlman Rose.
Kevin Baker recently answered Stockpickr questions about Bank of America, Diana Shipping and more.
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