The extent to which capital markets can end up being a casino for supply chain actors has been fully shown by Germany’s Hapag-Lloyd and its share price action in recent weeks.

Nothing new?

From stock to bond market woes, before its dismal equity performance the spotlight was on the fall and rise of its bigger rival, CMA CGM – for more background, please check out the first chart here, in case you missed the French carrier’s rollercoaster.

But Hapag-Lloyd, like a turtle either ...

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