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The outlook for the dry bulk shipping sector in the second half of the year has everyone looking for clues -- in China.
Dry bulk stocks gain ground Tuesday as shipping rates strengthen following a prolonged period of declines.
Diana Shipping has been broadcasting its bearish outlook to any who will listen; here's a look into how that outlook has influenced Diana's business strategy, from the company president himself.
Diana Shipping is a dull company, relative to its peers in the dry-bulk ocean transport business. And that's a good thing.
Shipping company executives -- including many of the Dry Bulk ilk -- used their annual New York conference to commiserate, and hunt for funding.
Dry Bulk stocks jump on optimism stirred up by surprising gains in durable-goods orders.
A conference in New York this week brings together an A-list crowd of shipping company execs -- and the bankers who hope to sell them.
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.
Jim Cramer says he's bullish on Diana Shipping and Nordic American Tanker, among others, but bearish on Eagle Bulk.
Cramer says the dividend is safe where the stock is priced.
Dry Bulk carrier stocks climb Tuesday on the back of a positive research note from investment firm Dahlman Rose.
The Baltic Dry Index has rallied sharply, but a possible supply shock could limit the stocks' upside.
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Here's how momentum trader James 'Rev Shark' DePorre played it.
The dry bulk shippers mark a second day of gains, with the exception of Genco Shipping and Trading.
The rollercoaster ride in the shipping sector continues, with most widely held stocks managing to overcome some of the previous day's losses.
DryShips leads the dry bulk shippers higher after Oppenheimer upgrades the stock.
Dry bulk shipping stocks are on the rise Thursday, mirroring activity in the broader market.
Shipping stocks stay below the surface, with a smattering of data and recent analyst action doing little to help their cause.
DryShips makes its contract with Petrobras official, apparently giving investors something to cheer about.
Diana Shipping announces an agreement to buy the owner of a Capesize newbuilding vessel.
Shipping stocks rise on better-than-expected earnings from Excel Maritime Carriers.
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.
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