The U.S. chemical market saw improvement in 2013 and should continue to grow this year as more investors get excited by the domestic shale boom and as the U.S. and global economies improve, writes Peter Young, president of Young & Partners. "[W]e expect to see a solid 2014. Only an economic disruption in some combination of the larger economic regions of Europe, China and/or the US will create a significant negative economic disruption. This is possible, but not highly likely," Young writes.
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