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When is a chart is worth more than a million, rather than just a thousand words?


That’s surely the case with Germany’s Hapag-Lloyd (click to expand the table below now).

The pre-summer remake of 2022 currently under way – leaving the shares, though, at lower levels than they were (still) at Peak Shipping last year – was all we had to expect in the run-up to the Q1 23 interims, released yesterday, 11 May, by the carrier.

Numbers were fully satisfactory, if you ...

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