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Maybe It’s Not Just Going To Work Out – Time to Re-shore
- The US State of the Union rallying cry supporting expanded US manufacturing amid rising evidence the global market could fail was loud but needs more support
- Reshoring is increasingly important for success across many segments of US and European critical industry; Russia has shaken up the World and China is not reliable.
- Capital spending delays remain high in key industries as a result of elevated global market uncertainty; strong practical leadership is needed but lacking.
- Widespread inexperience exists when it comes to global disruption and delayed spending could drive more inflation without a recession (demand collapse).
- Otherwise, we try to look for some bright spots – Huntsman’s transformation, and some very good – but equally troubling demand/economic data
Last week we discussed 28 Chemicals and related products and 129 Companies.
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