Listen to all the noise surrounding it, and – first impression – Israel’s ZIM Integrated Shipping Services stands out as a distinct case of cognitive dissonance in container shipping. Or does it?

It was Friday – after the shares already had tried, since late April, to find a more solid footing in the $60s – when ZIM stock was abruptly impacted by the latest sell-side action.

Bloody arrow: down 8.36% for the day to $43.28, just as the three major US indexes were ...

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