Shipping Stocks Turn Up Following Jump in Baltic Dry Index
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Shipping stocks, which have seen an epic short squeeze amid ultra low floats, have turned higher following the Baltic Dry index ramp of 5.6% to 1,145. Many were lower earlier.
DryShips (NASDAQ: DRYS) +17%
Euroseas Ltd. (Nasdaq: ESEA) +19.7%
Eagle Bulk Shipping (NASDAQ: EGLE) +4.2%
Diana Containerships (Nasdaq: DCIX) +19.7%
Seanergy Maritime (Nasdaq: SHIP) +15.6%
Top Ships (Nasdaq: TOPS) +9.5%
Sino-Global Shipping America (NASDAQ: SINO) +36.4%
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