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C-MACC Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap 127
Could Dow Be Right? If So How Do We Square The Macro Data?
- Dow’s more (but not very) conservative guidance is at odds with the macro data, especially recent global consumer confidence reports – can both be right?
- Dow’s focus on consumable markets offers the company a significant cushion versus those with more durable focused portfolios – food sales should not slow
- While consumer confidence is falling, US consumer spending remains resilient – the level of interest rates is likely more important than the rate of change
- Supply chains are improving and while some still have some issues, the easing of trade impediments may make it worse for some US and European producers
- Otherwise, we look at the ineffectiveness of ESG investing in encouraging change, more concerning macro data, and US natural gas supply.
Last week we discussed 33 Chemicals and related products and 139 Companies.
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