Weekly alert – South Korea loss, CMA CGM, Suez, Piracy

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South Korea’s ‘Big 3’ shipbuilders headed for massive 2Q15 loss
South Korea's 'Big 3' shipbuilders headed for massive 2Q15 loss

Loss provisioning and restructuring will result in big losses for South Korea’s three biggest shipbuilders for the second quarter of 2015, sector analysts predict. KDB Daewoo Securities analysts…
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