|Day Low/High||4.55 / 4.71|
|52 Wk Low/High||3.85 / 5.98|
Diana Shipping and the rest of the sector are off to a rough start Friday.
Diana Shipping shares were on the rise Thursday after the company met analysts' expectations with a huge jump in fourth-quarter earnings.
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DryShips says it has reached a preliminary agreement with Nordea Bank Finland to obtain a covenant waiver in connection with its $800 million Primelead loan.
DryShips and its peers, which rallied impressively earlier in the week, are abruptly reversing course.
A day after DryShips' stock saw a notable lift, rival Eagle Bulk Shipping and others are steaming ahead.
DryShips shares are on the rise on news that the bulk carrier has amended its loan agreement with Piraeus Bank.
This week, we deliver expert insight on what catalysts could turn things around in the slowing global economy from Standard and Poor's international equity strategist Alec Young. We also reveal insider perspective on how to hedge for a global recession from Ed Mullen, CEO of Emperor Investment Management, the first hedge fund in mainland China. Also - don't miss what two telecom stocks you should watch, straight from technology reporter Gary Krakow, and the answer to one viewer's question on what could finally lift the Baltic Freight Index and save the shippers.
This week, we get the lowdown from Sinoenergy Vice President Xiong Anlin on why he thinks involvement with compressed natural gas and other eco-friendly energy measures means big growth for his company. Also, Sham Gad pops in to give insight on how China's slowing consumption of iron ore plays into shipping stocks' recent battering, and where the opportunities are, while airlines reporter Ted Reed reveals why United Airlines is steering clear of China. Lastly, president of JL McGregor & Co. Matt Comyns lays out the numerous ways the Chinese government is attempting to stimulate the economy, and how you can make money with these moves in mind.
It's hard to call a bottom in the Dry Bulk index, but these stocks are worth checking out.
Frank Curzio recaps the action, joined by guests Paul Kedrosky on solar and hedge funds, and David Peltier with his 'Should You Buy It?'
Cramer can't get behind the stock because of declining volume at the company.
When the underlying business is solid, a dividend can make a big difference.
The Baltic Dry Index 101 portfolio includes such names as Eagle Bulk Shipping and Dry Ships.
The recent decline in shares of dry-bulk shippers is likely just a temporary blip, offering a great time to buy these stocks on the cheap.
Why dry-bulk shipping stocks are still a hot buy, what people want most from the new iPhone, and more.
Brittany Umar and Patrick Schultz give the 411 on shipping and take readers' questions about VisionChina Media.
Simon Constable explains why dry-bulk shipping stocks are poised to go even higher.
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The trading panel says oil could surpass its recent peak in the next few days.
The tire and rubber maker looks like a buy, but not just yet.
Now it will have to work off being overbought, and the question is if that requires chopping around or sliding.
The steel company is well-positioned in a hot market, Cramer says.
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Cramer isn't as certain about the sector's health as Sophocles Zoullas, CEO of Eagle Bulk Shipping.
Bothersome bottom-callers are everywhere, but another decline or two should shake them out.
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