Although all indices fell this week, the differences were marginal. The main DynaLiners Shares Index only lost 8 points (0.5%) with DLSI Boxes losing the most as it went down by 22 points and 2.3%. No other index broke the -10 point or – 1.0% barriers.
Whilst a clear majority of index members saw share prices contract (75), the differences were generally small as the average change was -1.0%. Indonesian domestic carrier TEMAS Line and shipowner Ernst Russ did best of all with shares increasing by 12% and 8% respectively. For those moving down, only three index members were in double digit percentage territory with Vietnam’s VOSCO on 10% (not shown) and compatriot stevedores Cat Lai Port and An Giang Port following on -13% and -18%, also respectively.