Evening Alimentation

By Paul Sankey Published on September 1, 2022 at 3:59 PM

One of our favoured, relatively unmined seams of research, pertains to gas station companies, oil retail, helped by their eccentric reporting schedule. Under its frankly weird fiscal calendar, Alimentation Couche-Tard ($ATD) reported earnings at the close yesterday for fiscal 1Q23, a period ending July 12, 2022.  In a world of energy ignorance, it is widely perceived that high gasoline pump prices are prima facie evidence of gouging by gas station companies, which politicians somehow think […]

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Morning Hyde Park

By Paul Sankey Published on June 26, 2022 at 11:47 AM

Greetings from Hyde Park, We are back in London, Paris was controversial; Patricia considers it the greatest most wonderful place on earth, I get into arguments with Parisians, Selloff dynamics Hess reminder Phillips 66 Comments Morocco? Algeria It’s only rock ‘n’ and I’m 80 On the selloff: To me, the charts are not broken, but we nibbled 5% of the S&P500, then collapsed back to just over 4.1%. It is actually barely visible on the […]

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Sunday Sankey

By Paul Sankey Published on April 24, 2022 at 5:46 PM

Quick read today as you got a longer note yesterday on LNG, and I am running late. Just pictures today, and Betsey asked to be on the cover of the Sunday Sankey so it’s a presentation. All the fun favourite charts. Key slides: next week’s earnings highlights starting with Valero. Relative performance, oils performance, high free cashflow yields, and a cash return chart that will be updated on a rolling basis through earnings. Earnings calendar […]

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