Deutsche Bank analyst Jordan Alliger initiates coverage on the oil tanker industry
Alliger predicts that fundamentals should stay solid for 2005, but that the peak is near. "2005 will be another solid year for the oil tanker industry, as the tension between supply and demand stays tight," he said. "However, there is a high probability that at some point over the next 24-30 months the industry will see not just a fall-off in rates, but a significant downdraft."
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