Plasticizer Stocks List

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Plasticizer Stocks Recent News

Date Stock Title
May 16 EMN Eastman Chemical Company's (NYSE:EMN) Stock Has Shown Weakness Lately But Financial Prospects Look Decent: Is The Market Wrong?
May 16 IMO 5 High Earnings Yield Value Picks Amid Market Jitters
May 16 IMO Some Analysts Just Cut Their Imperial Oil Limited (TSE:IMO) Estimates
May 16 SCL Stepan to present at Upcoming Investor Conferences
May 16 IMO Best Growth Stocks to Buy for May 16th
May 14 UNVR Christopher Pappas Is The Independent Chairman of Univar Solutions Inc. (NYSE:UNVR) And They Just Picked Up 2.6% More Shares
May 13 SCL Is Stepan Company's (NYSE:SCL) Stock's Recent Performance Being Led By Its Attractive Financial Prospects?
May 13 EMN Should Value Investors Pick Eastman Chemical (EMN) Stock?
May 13 IMO 5 GARP Stocks Based on Discounted PEG for a Winning Portfolio
May 12 UNVR Univar (UNVR) Upgraded to Buy: What Does It Mean for the Stock?
May 12 UNVR Is Orion Engineered Carbons (OEC) a Great Value Stock Right Now?
May 12 SCL Earnings Scheduled For May 12, 2022
May 11 UNVR Univar Solutions to enhance renewable energy capacity at City of Commerce facility
May 11 UNVR Univar Solutions to Significantly Increase On-Site Renewable Energy Capacity, through Partnership with Sustainable Solutions Provider Motive Energy
May 11 KOP Be Wary Of Koppers Holdings (NYSE:KOP) And Its Returns On Capital
May 11 EMN Eastman (EMN) Declares Share Buyback Worth $500 Million
May 11 IMO Petrobras (PBR) to Spend $16B for Campos Revitalization
May 10 UNVR Univar Solutions Inc. (UNVR) CEO David Jukes on Q1 2022 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
May 10 UNVR Univar (UNVR) Earnings and Revenues Beat Estimates in Q1
May 10 UNVR Investors three-year returns in Univar Solutions (NYSE:UNVR) have grown faster than the company's underlying earnings growth

Plasticizers (UK: plasticisers) or dispersants are additives that increase the plasticity or decrease the viscosity of a material. These are the substances which are added in order to alter their physical properties. These are either liquids with low volatility or solids. They decrease the attraction between polymer chains to make them more flexible. Over the last 60 years more than 30,000 different substances have been evaluated for their plasticizing properties. Of these, only a small number – approximately 50 – are today in commercial use. The dominant applications are for plastics, especially polyvinyl chloride (PVC). The properties of other materials may also be modified when blended with plasticizers including concrete, clays, and related products. According to 2014 data, the total global market for plasticizers was 8.4 million metric tonnes including 1.3 million metric tonnes in Europe.

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