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C-MACC Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap 189
Show Me The Way: Guidance Will Be More Challenging This Time
- As earnings season approaches, many companies are likely trying to determine what to say – demand and over-capacity are key, as are energy and oil prices.
- Over the last 12 weeks, oil prices have moved up 20% and then down over 10% in a few days; do companies expecting energy support for pricing need to rethink?
- Chemical company valuations are not high, but most have not reacted to either the decline in margins or weaker economic forecasts – that may be ahead.
- But not everything is bad, and ammonia is bucking the negative trend, moving back toward a pricing range that will support new blue and green investments.
- Otherwise, we look at the terrible shipping market – good for shippers, slowing manufacturing growth, polypropylene closures, and why RED III could hurt Europe.
Last week, we discussed 29 Chemicals and Related Products and 138 Companies.
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