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C-MACC Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap 136
Shirking Responsibility Is Not A Strategy, And Will Solve Nothing
- We are critical of the Bloomberg “no chemical investment” initiative as, unusually for Bloomberg, it shirks environmental responsibility in our view.
- The US can be the lowest cost, cleanest source of needed hydrocarbons, chemicals, and plastics with proper standards, economic growth, and trade.
- Asking others to produce instead increases dependence on others – which has national security issues and shirks/avoids taking environmental leadership.
- The current collapse in chemical industry margins in the US will do more to stop investment than any activist initiative. We need to find the floor – not there yet.
- Otherwise, look at specialty chemical outlooks, ammonia again as we see momentum continuing, how refining shortages could correct quickly, and autos.
Last week we discussed 33 Chemicals and related products and 123 Companies.
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