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C-MACC Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap 77
The New Wall: European Border Tax Could Disrupt US Exports
- The European border tax could drive significant behavior shifts in the US – we discuss this issue and US reliance on Europe as an export market.
- While the border tax does not apply to chemicals initially, competitor and customer pressure could impact the sector and US NGL (as well as LNG) shipments.
- US sellers into Europe will need to assess whether it is cheaper to pay the tax or look for alternatives outside of Europe that meet the definitions.
- We also discuss the wave of capital spending and M&A initiatives which smell very “peak market” to us. We are having Déjà vu again!
- 2Q21 sector reports appear to be setting a record for record quarterly results. Optimistic, stronger-for-longer corporate outlooks are becoming the norm.
Last week we discussed 28 Chemicals and related products and 107 Companies.
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