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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.
Net Revenue and EBITDA Increase 24% Year-on-Year
38th Vessel Joins the Fleet With $56 Million in Minimum Contracted
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.
37th Vessel Joins the Fleet With $56 Million in Minimum Contracted
36th Vessel Joins the Fleet With $19 Million in Minimum Contracted Revenue
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.
Several stocks trading near $5, including Hellenic Telecom, were moving on above-average volume Monday.
Dry bulk shipping stocks plunge Thursday as investors, spooked by European solvency, sell off equities across the board.
34th Vessel Joins the Fleet With $19 Million in Minimum Contracted Revenue
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.
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.
Eagle Bulk Shipping beat fourth-quarter estimates and said its spot-market exposure increased, gladdening investors.
Dry-bulk shares spike Tuesday, with shipping rates strengthening even though business remains slows amid the Chinese New Year festivities.
The prospect of oversupply has shadowed the shipping industry for a long time; one maritime analyst advises everyone to chill out.
The CEO of China's Cosco, the biggest dry-bulk shipping outfit in the world, sees volatile -- but ultimately recovering -- shipping rates in 2010.
Dry-bulk shipping stocks lose ground Friday, but the near-term outlook for the dry-bulkers appears bright, says one analyst.
Dry-bulk shipping stocks advance sharply Monday as spot-market rates improve.
Small-caps and underdogs often outperform as the calendar flips over -- here's how you can take advantage.
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