………I would have no squabble in doing one of her hits, but we would have to work in some commodity themes into the lyrics. So here are some ideas I am working on pitching her.
Posts Tagged ‘China’
I was going to call this post ’10 points about China’s pursuit of natural gas’, but this title seemed much more appropriate. It is a pickle China is well aware of – and trying to fix – but a pickle nonetheless, as it tries to wean itself off coal and ramp up its natural gas consumption. So here are some of the trials and tribulations faced by the world’s largest energy consumer around natural gas: » read more
‘Twisting my melon‘ is a British phrase to describe being confused to the point of annoyance. The reason I bring it up is because it describes how I feel about China – and particularly in recent weeks – as contrasting and contradictory news have been undermining my convictions about the leading emerging market. So in my quest to untwist said melon, I present henceforth some observations on the matter. » read more
So the Lunar New Year this week in China has given a welcome pause for thought after a rather frenetic period of seemingly stronger data coming through from leading emerging market. So in an effort to assess whether the recent turnaround is a seasonal swing, a false dawn, or a true trend, here’s a random collection of tidbits I have gathered together to slowly digest.
Happy Groundhog Day Eve! As Punxsutawney Phil completes his final workout ahead of his big day, commodityland™ closes the curtains on what has been another nutty week. Oil is pushing on to 4-month highs as momentum builds for a global recovery, while natural gas has seen its expectations for the rest of winter lowered, and prices have adjusted accordingly. But Phil’s shadow (or lack thereof) will give us more insight into that tomorrow. As for now, c’mon let’s chow: