Supply chains 'finally beginning to stabilise', says Maersk
Maersk believes supply chains “are finally beginning to stabilise and find equilibrium”. Indeed, its Asia-Pacific March update ...
Forget the nitty-gritty details and percentages and follow the flow today: if you paid attention to the news of the MSC/Mærsk break-up yesterday you’ll surely have noticed that one sinking ship, Mærsk’s, sank all the others on Gloomy Wednesday 25 January.
It wasn’t nice watching Israel’s ZIM trading on the US market – on no other value-moving news whatsoever – and hitting an intraday low of $17.58 (-5.4% against its previous closing level). The worst of all in early trade on ...
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