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C-MACC Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap 160
Taking Stock: How Inventories Could Impact Everything, Incl. Stocks
- This is not a real estate crisis (at least not yet) but the unknowns in the economy and the markets are significant, not least of which is what happens to inventory.
- Shrinking inventory, because of higher carry costs, could depress input demand, which would be particularly bad for an already oversupplied chemical industry.
- Whether SVB is a “Bear Stearns” early warning on bank stability looks unlikely unless the inventory reversal we suggest drives down manufacturing much further
- We talk more about Aramco and others’ ambitions to push more hydrocarbons into chemicals and the risk this has for future supply/demand imbalances.
- We discuss some of the current energy dilemmas, such as the need for more LNG, but some reluctance to sign up as well as LNG construction bottlenecks.
Last week we discussed 32 Chemicals and Related Products and 133 Companies.
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