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C-MACC Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap 106
M&A Drives Value, Offers Less Risk, But Will Cause Shortages
- Strategic M&A, as a low-risk alternative to major organic growth Capex options, is picking up, and activity is unlikely to dissipate in 2022 despite high valuations.
- We discuss the recent DuPont/Celanese transaction, as the deal makes strategic sense for both, but Celanese will need flawless integration to cover the high price.
- We look at how undervalued some of the chemical names look, especially if the broad demand momentum we have seen YTD continues and margins stay high
- We discuss mixed fortunes in the energy transition sector, as 4Q results show that inflationary pressure negatively impacts some more than others.
- Otherwise, we examine several energy issues as we sit through another uneasy weekend regarding central Europe and note how much E&P needs to rise in the US.
Last week we discussed 28 Chemicals and related products and 140 Companies.
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