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Listen: Are there signs of economic recovery in the shipping markets?

The shipping markets are often considered a bellwether of global trade, and the dry bulk and container markets are on their knees due to the coronavirus pandemic. Editors George Griffiths and Sam Eckett take a look at whether there are any positive signs of global economic recovery in the seaborne markets while on-shore market participants remain bound to their living rooms.