Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap

Sales Are Rising in ‘22, But Is It All Price: What About Volume?
May 1, 2022
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Sales Are Rising in ‘22, But Is It All Price: What About Volume?

  • Despite a wave of generally strong earnings, both macro data and reports from companies closer to the consumer are more worrying and signal trouble ahead
  • The consumer spending component of US 1Q GDP implies a significant fall in volume in the quarter, which may explain increased signs of inventory builds.
  • With most US manufacturers operating at high rates and imports showing little sign of slowing, a weaker demand second quarter could expose surpluses
  • In Europe things are different but worse, with confidence levels falling, against a backdrop of a rapid increase in inflation – economic growth is weakening daily
  • Otherwise, we look at the winners and losers in 1Q, issues with the wind industry, refining capacity limits in the US, and the strength of the dollar.  

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