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A worker walks past the ONE Apus container ship and its dislodged containers at the Kobe Port in Japan in December. The vessel suffered a massive stack collapse and lost 1,816 containers at sea during severe weather on Nov. 30. Buddhika Weerasinghe/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Cargo Overboard, Intense Rolling: The Risks Of Fully Loaded Mega-Container Ships

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The Ever Given container ship, operated by the Evergreen Marine Corp., sails through the Suez Canal after it was fully freed and floated on Friday. Mohamed Shokry/dpa/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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A tugboat participates in an attempt on Friday to refloat the Ever Given, a container ship that has been stuck in the Suez Canal since it ran aground on Tuesday. Samuel Mohsen/dpa/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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Boats And Bull Markets: Indicators Of The Week

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A boat navigates in front of a massive cargo ship that sits grounded after it turned sideways in Egypt's Suez Canal, blocking traffic in a crucial East-West waterway for global shipping. An Egyptian official warned Wednesday it could take at least two days to clear the ship. Suez Canal Authority/AP hide caption

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