US Polyethylene Industry: Scenarios For 2017-2020
31st May 2017 by

By John Richardson IT has been a remarkably strong few years for the US polyethylene (PE) business. ...

Why Oil Prices Could Be At $35/bbl Or Lower By Q4
29th May 2017 by

Saudi Arabia and the rest of OPEC may regret their decison to cut production, as this has led to a r...

Why The US Will Fail To Reach 3% GDP Growth
23rd May 2017 by

By John Richardson THE WHITE House has to clear two major barriers if it is going get anywhere close...

China Moves Towards Commodity Grade PE Self-Sufficiency By 2025
22nd May 2017 by

By John Richardson THE argument I’ve been making for a couple of years now is that the history of ...

Buoyant, Calm Financial Markets Fail to Reflect Growing Risks
16th May 2017 by

By John Richardson THE Chicago Board Options Exchange’s (CBOE) volatility index fell to its lowest...

China’s Drive To PX Self-Sufficiency Again Shows Failure Of Conventional Thinking
15th May 2017 by

By John Richardson BACK in November 2014, when I first suggested that China might move to self-suffi...

China’s Polyethylene Market Faces Long Destocking Process
12th May 2017 by

China’s polyethylene (PE) imports surged and domestic production saw strong growth in Q1. Th...

China’s Lock-Step Moves On Credit, Pollution Threaten Global Economy
10th May 2017 by

China’s renewed efforts to tackle excessive lending and pollution are closely linked as pr...

French Election: Le Pen Could Have Won Under Electoral College System
8th May 2017 by

Political populism is far from being a spent force despite Sunday’s French presidential elect...

China’s Polypropylene Market Reflects Wider Economic Problems
5th May 2017 by

By John Richardson WHEN traders acquired big volumes of polypropylene (PP) cargoes to export to Chin...

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