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A.P. Møller - Mærsk A/S (AMKBF)

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2,929.00+4.00 (+0.14%)
At close: 11:45AM EDT
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Previous close2,925.00
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's range2,925.00 - 2,929.00
52-week range2,170.00 - 3,817.25
Avg. volume90
Market cap51.568B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.42
PE ratio (TTM)4.29
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield372.73 (13.75%)
Ex-dividend date16 Mar 2022
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters

    Maersk sees weaker container demand as durable goods sales dry up

    COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -Shipping group Maersk expects global container demand to fall this year as sales of durable goods come to a "standstill", leaving flat-screen TVs and furniture piling up in warehouses, the company said on Wednesday. A surge in consumer demand and pandemic-related logjams holding up containers in key ports had boosted freight rates and profits in the shipping industry in recent quarters, yet the cost of living crisis has reversed that trend. Maersk, one of the world's biggest container shippers with a market share of around 17%, said inflation and a worsening economic situation had dented consumer demand, which could lead to a normalization of the global shipping market towards the end of the year.

  • The Telegraph

    Global supply chain chaos to continue for months, warns shipping giant

    Chaos in global supply chains will continue for several more months, one of the world’s biggest shipping companies has warned.

  • Reuters

    Maersk sees global supply chain woes for longer; lifts 2022 guidance

    COPENHAGEN (Reuters) -Maersk raised its 2022 profit guidance for a second time on Tuesday after beating quarterly revenue expectations as congested global supply chains that have boosted freight rates persist longer than expected. The shipping industry has seen record profits in recent quarters due to a surge in consumer demand and pandemic-related logjams holding up containers in key ports in China, Europe and the United States. "Congestion in global supply chains leading to higher freight rates has continued longer than initially anticipated," Maersk said in a statement.