GOGL - ナイツブリッジ・シッピング (Golden Ocean Group Limited)

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   GOGL – Second Quarter 2020 Results  2020/08/18 02:02:00 Benzinga
Golden Ocean Group Limited (NASDAQ:GOGL) (the "Company" or "Golden Ocean"), a leading dry bulk shipping company, today announced its results for the quarter …
   Golden Ocean Group: 1Q Earnings Snapshot  2020/05/27 09:41:41 San Francisco Chronicle
HAMILTON HM 08, Bermuda (AP) _ Golden Ocean Group Ltd. (GOGL) on Wednesday reported a loss of $160.8 million in its first quarter. On a per-share basis, the Hamilton Hm 08, Bermuda-based company said it had a loss of $1.12. Losses, adjusted for asset impairment costs and non-recurring costs, came to 25 cents per share. The shipping company posted revenue of $137.4 million in the period. Its adjusted revenue was $77.2 million. The company's shares closed at $3.42. A year ago, they were trading at $5.14. _____ This story was generated by Automated Insights (http://automatedinsights.com/ap) using data from Zacks Investment Research. Access a Zacks stock report on GOGL at https://www.zacks.com/ap/GOGL
   Will Dry Bulk Remain The 'Wile E. Coyote' Of Ocean Shipping?  2020/04/20 19:45:35 Benzinga Feeds
Dry bulk has been the "Wile E. Coyote" of ocean shipping for the past decade – forever chasing after profits only to lunge at empty air and repeatedly fall straight off a cliff. Rates for Capesizes, the workhorse bulkers with capacity of around 180,000 deadweight tons, are now enjoying their seasonal upturn, but even so, they're still below breakeven. Will this be yet another lost year for dry bulk shipping, and for top U.S.-listed Capesize owners Star Bulk Carriers Corp. (NASDAQ: SBLK ), Golden Ocean Group Limited (NASDAQ: GOGL ) and Genco Shipping & Trading Limited (NYSE: GNK )? Evercore ISI analyst Jon Chappell is not optimistic on the sector's prospects. "Dry bulk challenges will just not abate," he said in a client note on Monday. Dry bulk's lost decade Prior to 2009, vast fortunes were made in dry bulk, the largest cargo business in the world measured by volume and the freight segment with the most active derivatives market. According to Chappell, "Since the end of the global financial crisis, a myriad of issues … have derailed the promise of another sustainable cyclical upturn, resulting in year after year of losses and ‘cheap' stocks.
   Golden Ocean Group Ltd (GOGL) Q4 2019 Earnings Call Transcript | The Motley Fool  2020/02/18 21:30:44 The Motley Fool
GOGL earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2019.
   Golden Ocean : GOGL – Q4 2019 Presentation | MarketScreener  2020/02/18 13:33:10 MarketScreener
Please find enclosed the presentation of Golden Ocean Group Limited's fourth quarter 2019 results for today's webcast / conference call at 15:00 CET. This information is… | February 18, 2020
   Will Dry Bulk Remain The 'Wile E. Coyote' Of Ocean Shipping?  2020/04/20 19:45:35 Benzinga Feeds
Dry bulk has been the "Wile E. Coyote" of ocean shipping for the past decade – forever chasing after profits only to lunge at empty air and repeatedly fall straight off a cliff. Rates for Capesizes, the workhorse bulkers with capacity of around 180,000 deadweight tons, are now enjoying their seasonal upturn, but even so, they're still below breakeven. Will this be yet another lost year for dry bulk shipping, and for top U.S.-listed Capesize owners Star Bulk Carriers Corp. (NASDAQ: SBLK ), Golden Ocean Group Limited (NASDAQ: GOGL ) and Genco Shipping & Trading Limited (NYSE: GNK )? Evercore ISI analyst Jon Chappell is not optimistic on the sector's prospects. "Dry bulk challenges will just not abate," he said in a client note on Monday. Dry bulk's lost decade Prior to 2009, vast fortunes were made in dry bulk, the largest cargo business in the world measured by volume and the freight segment with the most active derivatives market. According to Chappell, "Since the end of the global financial crisis, a myriad of issues … have derailed the promise of another sustainable cyclical upturn, resulting in year after year of losses and ‘cheap' stocks.
   Golden Ocean Group Ltd (GOGL) Q4 2019 Earnings Call Transcript | The Motley Fool  2020/02/18 21:30:44 The Motley Fool
GOGL earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2019.
   Golden Ocean : GOGL – Q4 2019 Presentation | MarketScreener  2020/02/18 13:33:10 MarketScreener
Please find enclosed the presentation of Golden Ocean Group Limited's fourth quarter 2019 results for today's webcast / conference call at 15:00 CET. This information is… | February 18, 2020
   Golden Ocean : GOGL - Fourth Quarter 2019 Results | MarketScreener  2020/02/18 07:03:36 MarketScreener
GOGL - Fourth Quarter 2019 Results Golden Ocean Group Limited , a leading dry bulk shipping company, today announced its results for the quarter ended December 31, 2019…. | February 18, 2020
   Why Are Capesize Dry Bulk Shipping Rates Still Sliding?  2019/11/22 13:59:18 Benzinga Feeds
Another day, another downward slip in spot rates for the workhorses of dry bulk shipping known as Capesizes — larger vessels with a capacity of at least 100,000 deadweight tons (DWT), usually around 180,000 DWT. Capesizes had a great run in the third quarter. Rates rose from $20,000 a day in late June to almost $48,000 a day in early September. But then they came back down to $20,000 a day by early November. Given the breakeven rate of around $13,000 a day, it's still a strong market, but the margin continues to narrow. As of Nov. 21, Clarksons Platou Securities estimated that Capesizes rates were $18,350 per day, down 10% week-on-week and 26% month-on-month. What's nudging rates lower and what will bring them back? Current market conditions were addressed on two quarterly conference calls on Nov. 21, as the largest U.S.-listed Capesize owners – Golden Ocean (NASDAQ: GOGL ) and Star Bulk (NASDAQ: SBLK ) – reported third-quarter results. Demand Variables On the demand side of the equation, executives continue to blame Brazil for rate weakness.
   Will Dry Bulk Remain The 'Wile E. Coyote' Of Ocean Shipping?  2020/04/20 19:45:35 Benzinga Feeds
Dry bulk has been the "Wile E. Coyote" of ocean shipping for the past decade – forever chasing after profits only to lunge at empty air and repeatedly fall straight off a cliff. Rates for Capesizes, the workhorse bulkers with capacity of around 180,000 deadweight tons, are now enjoying their seasonal upturn, but even so, they're still below breakeven. Will this be yet another lost year for dry bulk shipping, and for top U.S.-listed Capesize owners Star Bulk Carriers Corp. (NASDAQ: SBLK ), Golden Ocean Group Limited (NASDAQ: GOGL ) and Genco Shipping & Trading Limited (NYSE: GNK )? Evercore ISI analyst Jon Chappell is not optimistic on the sector's prospects. "Dry bulk challenges will just not abate," he said in a client note on Monday. Dry bulk's lost decade Prior to 2009, vast fortunes were made in dry bulk, the largest cargo business in the world measured by volume and the freight segment with the most active derivatives market. According to Chappell, "Since the end of the global financial crisis, a myriad of issues … have derailed the promise of another sustainable cyclical upturn, resulting in year after year of losses and ‘cheap' stocks.
   Golden Ocean Group Ltd (GOGL) Q4 2019 Earnings Call Transcript | The Motley Fool  2020/02/18 21:30:44 The Motley Fool
GOGL earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2019.
   Golden Ocean : GOGL – Q4 2019 Presentation | MarketScreener  2020/02/18 13:33:10 MarketScreener
Please find enclosed the presentation of Golden Ocean Group Limited's fourth quarter 2019 results for today's webcast / conference call at 15:00 CET. This information is… | February 18, 2020
   Golden Ocean : GOGL - Fourth Quarter 2019 Results | MarketScreener  2020/02/18 07:03:36 MarketScreener
GOGL - Fourth Quarter 2019 Results Golden Ocean Group Limited , a leading dry bulk shipping company, today announced its results for the quarter ended December 31, 2019…. | February 18, 2020
   Why Are Capesize Dry Bulk Shipping Rates Still Sliding?  2019/11/22 13:59:18 Benzinga Feeds
Another day, another downward slip in spot rates for the workhorses of dry bulk shipping known as Capesizes — larger vessels with a capacity of at least 100,000 deadweight tons (DWT), usually around 180,000 DWT. Capesizes had a great run in the third quarter. Rates rose from $20,000 a day in late June to almost $48,000 a day in early September. But then they came back down to $20,000 a day by early November. Given the breakeven rate of around $13,000 a day, it's still a strong market, but the margin continues to narrow. As of Nov. 21, Clarksons Platou Securities estimated that Capesizes rates were $18,350 per day, down 10% week-on-week and 26% month-on-month. What's nudging rates lower and what will bring them back? Current market conditions were addressed on two quarterly conference calls on Nov. 21, as the largest U.S.-listed Capesize owners – Golden Ocean (NASDAQ: GOGL ) and Star Bulk (NASDAQ: SBLK ) – reported third-quarter results. Demand Variables On the demand side of the equation, executives continue to blame Brazil for rate weakness.

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