Next Polyethylene Downcycle: Risk That History Will Repeat Itself
20th October 2017 by

By John Richardson WE can break the history of the global polyethylene (PE) business so far this cen...

China Continues Deleveraging With Reforms Set To Accelerate….
9th October 2017 by risks remain elevated and so beware of complacency By John Richardson THE conventional vie...

China Lending Bubble Adds 4.7m Tonnes To Polyethylene Consumption
28th August 2017 by

By John Richardson THE IMF produced a very interesting study earlier this month, in which it estimat...

China PP Market Outlook for H2 And 2018
7th August 2017 by

By John Richardson AS IS the case with polyethylene (PE), China’s polypropylene (PP) market contin...

Oil Prices: Did You Heed All The Warnings?
23rd January 2015 by

By John Richardson THE $30 a barrel price of crude at or below which some Asian naphtha cracker oper...

September 2008: How History Is Repeating Itself
5th December 2014 by

By John Richardson WE know that weak growth in China, Europe and the US will have a major negative i...

China’s About Turn: The Seven Global Implications
4th February 2014 by

By John Richardson HISTORIANS will end up concluding that falling emerging market currencies and sto...

Listen To The Iconoclasts
31st July 2013 by

By John Richardson Does your company employ an independent economist who forms her or his own view o...

APIC And Demand
12th May 2013 by

  Just an anomaly?   Source: American Chemistry Council   By John Richardson FEEDSTOC...

US has “23 Years” Of Gas Reserves
26th March 2013 by

By John Richardson Amidst all the continued excitement about abundant supplies of ethane in the US, ...

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