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C-MACC Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap 165
Investor Flight To Safety Unlikely To Reverse Course: Oil Looks Good!
- The last three years have taught us that understanding macro and commodity markets enables better investment ideas than company financials (in most cases).
- Performance YTD for global material equities have been mixed, with fertilizer & lithium stocks lower with commodity prices and industrial gases offering safety.
- Commodity chemicals started the year well, but the run may now be over as fundamentals look weak, despite US cost advantages, which may have peaked.
- Energy transition is out of favor, primarily because of higher borrowing costs and a change in risk appetite following some major disappointments – especially EVs.
- As we look at fundamentals, we drift back to oil and, more broadly, fossil fuel stocks as we expect engineered tightness and a continuation of strong cash flows.
Last week we discussed 22 Chemicals and Related Products and 121 Companies.
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