Overview: Polymerprice Reports

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Engineering Thermoplastics August 2018

11/09/2018

PA 6.6 situation continues to be very tense / Notations nevertheless largely stable in the holiday month / Stimulus for further price rise will remain effective into autumn
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Standard Thermoplastics August 2018

11/09/2018

PE and PVC only weakly rollover / Small dynamics with PP / Styrene pushes its polymers upwards / PET unexpectedly stable due to PX costs / Signs of buoyancy for September
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Standard Thermoplastics July 2018

09/08/2018

Notations for PE and PVC slightly lower / PP stable / Styrenics follow SM reference down / PET reaches the top / August will be long, quiet sunny month
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Engineering Thermoplastics July 2018

09/08/2018

Next explosion of PA 6.6 prices / Otherwise mostly stable conditions / Demand noticeably shrinks / Minor movements expected in August
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Engineering Thermoplastics June 2018

10/07/2018

Market remains stable at high level / ABS and PP compounds move up / Dark clouds hang over PA 6.6 again / Storm continues / POM under upward pressure
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Standard Thermoplastics June 2018

10/07/2018

PET goes through the roof / Otherwise weak cost pass-through for all types / Market not in full swing / Strong margin pressure / Classic summertime slump beginning
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Standard Thermoplastics May 2018

11/06/2018

PE, PP and PVC stuck with cost hikes / Declines with PS and EPS / PET preparing for steep rise / Costs shoot up significantly / Clear increases inevitable
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Engineering Thermoplastics May 2018

11/06/2018

Only minor price swings as spring settles in / Buyers´ reticence limits price rises / Cost increases in the oil sector will step up the pressure in June
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Engineering Thermoplastics April 2018

11/05/2018

Upturn continues / Tough quarterly negotiations drag on / Many types stagnate due to lack of orientation / Faster rises expected in May
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Standard Thermoplastics April 2018

11/05/2018

PE tends weaker / Passing on of costs fails with PP / PVC slightly stronger / PS prices slide along with SM / Scarce PET jumps unexpectedly higher / Higher olefin costs in May
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