Well, it had to happen at some point. After seven weeks of spectacular growth, the main DynaLiners Shares Index fell back this week, heavily so. The signs had been there in previous weeks as some of the sector indices had struggled. This time around, all indices contracted with DLSI Carriers losing a remarkable 612 points and 12% to finish on 4,479. The other three sector indices lost marginal amounts in comparison. The overall index fell by 248 points (-9%) to end on 2,446. There are now questions. Does this signal the start of a consistent fall, or was it a hiatus like ten weeks ago, pausing before the undoubtedly fantastic carrier results that will be presented during the next quarterly reporting season?