Mitsubishi Gas Chemical
The independent financial analyst theScreener just lowered the general evaluation of MITSUB.GAS CHM.CO.INCO. (JP), active in the Commodity Chemicals industry. As regards its fundamental valuation, the title still shows 2 out of 4 possible stars. Its market behaviour, however, has slightly deteriorated and will be qualified as risky moving forward. theScreener considers that these new qualifications justify an overall rating downgrade to Slightly Negative. As of the analysis date March 10, 2020, the closing price was JPY 1,358.00 and its target price was estimated at JPY 1,290.10.
EM Remains In Favor; Shanghai Comp Breaking Out A weakening US dollar (DXY) continues to be a major tailwind for both EM equities and the commodity Sectors. Improving price and RS trends for these risk-on areas of the market are among the many characteristics consistent with historical bull markets. Therefore, we continue to label this a bull market and we believe global equities are still in the early innings of a broad-based advance. • EM Equities. Price action has remained weak for the US dollar (DXY), which has been great news for EM equities. As outlined in our 12/19/19 Int'l Compass an...
Overweight Global Technology & Industrials The absence of breakdowns in both the US dollar (DXY) and the MSCI EAFE vs. EM ratio along with the positive correlation between the two allows us to continue sticking with EAFE over EM... see charts below. As long as the DXY's uptrend remains intact, we expect EAFE to continue outperforming EM. Below we highlight attractive and actionable themes within developed int'l markets: • Technology and Industrial Manufacturing. Technology and Industrials continue to be two of the most attractive Sectors globally -- overweight. These two Sectors account fo...
Feasibility Study Results in December to be a Catalyst for this Junior
The Pause that Refreshes? We continue to believe the weight of the evidence points to a new leg higher for global equities, a viewpoint that is supported by the several international markets that are breaking out to new highs or making bullish inflections since our previous Int'l Compass (10/31/19). While developments continue to lean bullish, global equities have rallied substantially since the start of October, making it perfectly reasonable to expect some consolidation of recent gains which would allow for a more meaningful move higher. • New Highs or Bullish Inflections. The number of in...