Oil demand set to slip, will prices follow?
14th September 2011 by

By Malini Hariharan The International Energy Agency (IEA) has once again trimmed its oil demand fore...

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MEG bucks the trend
8th September 2011 by

By Malini Hariharan There are some exceptions to the generally weak petrochemical markets seen in As...

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Glass half full or half empty?
7th September 2011 by

By Malini Hariharan Despite a bleak global economic environment in the near term and uncertainty on ...

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China Inflation Pressure Mounts
30th August 2011 by

By Malini Hariharan The Chinese government’s efforts to control inflation are showing no signs...

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Rocky road ahead
23rd August 2011 by

By Malini Hariharan Asian polyolefin producers confront yet another challenging week. The macro envi...

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Yet another week of price corrections
22nd August 2011 by

By Malini Hariharan Asian petrochemical markets continue to face downward pressure on concerns about...

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Towards a New Normal, not a new Supercycle
20th August 2011 by

GDP growth figures in Europe and the USA have shown virtually no growth in Q2, whilst China is clear...

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US Fed policy may be going Back to the Future
18th August 2011 by

by Paul Hodges Today’s 419 point fall on the Dow Jones Average, and $6/bbl fall in WTI crude o...

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Wal-Mart sends a message
17th August 2011 by

by Paul Hodges The blog is a great believer in the predictive power of the retail sector. Wal-Mart a...

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Q2 setback for Korea
5th August 2011 by

By Malini Hariharan The margin pain experienced in Asia in the last quarter is clearly evident in th...

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