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Duel*(s): Trade, Stimulus and Climate (including ESG)
January 24, 2021
Commodities Mentioned:
Carbon, Hydrogen, Polystyrene, Polyethylene, Polypropylene, LNG, Ammonia/Urea, PET, Ethylene, Propylene, Acrylonitrile, IPA, MEG, Polyester, Natural Gas/NGLs, Crude/Naphtha, Methanol, Polyurethanes, Lithium, Trichloroethylene, Hydrochloric Acid, SBR, BR, VAM, Ethyl Acetate, Phenol, Acetic Acid, Bitumen, Propylene Oxide
Companies Mentioned:
Danimer, Plug, Flux, Gevo, First Solar, Albemarle, Livent, Tesla, Fulcrum Bio, Darling, Borealis, Newlight Tech, Rivian, Dow, DuPont, Blackrock, Repsol, Lyondell, Exxon, CP Chem, Axalta, PPG, Berry, Silgan, Air Liquide, Akzo, Amcor, BASF, Colonial Chem, Phillips Carbon, Inovyn, Linde, Nuberg, Sabic, Sinopec, Orsted, Arburg, Ashland, Braskem, DOMO, Equipolymers, FMC, Ganfeng, JM, Kemira, Lanxess, HIF, Mabanaft, Olin, OMV, Orbia, Oriental Aromatics, Arkema, Avient, Celanese, CPC, Haldor, Huntsman, Ineos, Lotte Chem, Misubishi Corp., Nippon Paint, OQ, Tronox, WR Grace, Avery, Kraft, Occidental, Sumitomo Chem, Total, Westlake, Nova, IPL Plastics, Invista, Suez, Teijin, Baker Hughes, Union Pacific, Kinder Morgan, Shell, Trex, Trammo, Yansab, Methanex, Paccar, ASML, Fastenal, Versalis, Basic Chem Ind., Corbion, Asian Paints, Kureha, Libra Spec. Chem, Plastic Energy, Sumitomo, SRF, Unilever, Vattenfall, American Eagle, Saks Fifth, Kansas City Southern, Ford, Lufthansa, Lynas

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Duel*(s): Trade, Stimulus and Climate (including ESG)

  • With the change of administration behind us, the focus changes to what happens next.  Three of the topics that matter to the chemical industry are in the headline: all will see change and all require a negotiated and clear path forward.  
  • Consumer focused stimulus, because of its short-term nature, can be a Democrat decree; but for economic stability, the anticipated dueling around everything else above needs agreed bipartisan policy with more than a 4-year lifespan.
  • Meanwhile, chemical markets in Asia are weakening in many product groups and it is possible that February price increases in the US, if they happen, will be the last for a while.  Early 4Q results show the expected very strong end to the year.

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