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JP Morgan sees dry bulk peak in 2020

Dry bulk markets have been slowly improving and JP Morgan sees this upcycle peaking in 2020, based on assumptions of demand and supply dynamics. Post-2020, earnings are expected to decline as iron ore demand weakens

Earnings on the biggest bulkers should continue to rise through to 2020 before dropping off, a report by JP Morgan shows

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