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C-MACC Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap 188
With A Little Help From… OPEC+ Drove Sector Performance in Q3
- Higher commodity prices drove the outperformance of the energy sector in 3Q23 – a headache for ESG funds, which mostly underperformed during the period.
- It is hard to find something to recommend for Q4, but both the Industrial Gas group and the Water sector likely offer stability in the midst of uncertainty.
- Minerals had another negative month, mostly lithium and nickel, and extended weakness could limit near-term investment, driving longer-term problems.
- Chemical prices are rising globally, but this is a reaction to higher costs outside the US and the Middle East. Oversupply will likely prevent global margin expansion.
- Otherwise, we look at why things are slowing for transition even as the urgency seems higher, and we suggest that ESG investment performance is all about oil.
Last week we discussed 22 Chemicals and Related Products and 129 Companies.
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