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EVERCHEM UPDATE: VOL. 07 – Green Lights and Bailouts

EVERCHEM UPDATE: VOL. 07 – Green Lights and Bailouts

GREEN LIGHT: It’s that unwonted time of year again, the slow drag of December selloffs has finalized, and the purchasing department dogs are let loose. BAILOUTS: Once an economic downturn presents itself in grandiose enough manner to be leveraged, victimhood goes in vogue.

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Strength in Durable Goods

Durable Goods Orders Surge Back Into The Green For The Year

by Tyler DurdenWednesday, Dec 23, 2020 – 8:51

Durable Goods Orders were expected to decelerate from the v-shaped recovery for the second month in a row,

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Container Shortage

Shippers Blame Carriers For Entirely Predictable US Container Graveyard

by Tyler DurdenSunday, Dec 20, 2020 – 12:20

By Nick Savvides of ContainerNews

Shippers are not buying into the box shortage paradigm,

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BASF Portfolio Changes

BASF Weighs Sale of $400 Million in U.S. Chemical Assets

Andrew Noël, Bloomberg News

The BASF SE logo sits on banners flying outside the company's headquarters in Ludwigshafen, Germany, on Friday, Feb, 28, 2020. The chemical industry became the latest sector to be hit by the coronavirus after German giant BASF warned the outbreak could lead to the lowest growth in production since the financial crisis more than a decade ago. Photographer: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg

The BASF SE logo sits on banners flying outside the company’s headquarters in Ludwigshafen,

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