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Overview: Polymerprice Reports

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Standard thermoplastics March 2024

12.04.2024

Most prices rise above monomer markups / Imports improve supply, make the market long / Demand remains low for all grades
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Engineering thermoplastics March 2024

12.04.2024

Re-imports push their way onto the market / Demand remains weak especially from automotive
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Engineering thermoplastics February 2024

12.03.2024

Weak demand keeps calls for increases tight / Still no spring revival / Imports improve supply
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Standard thermoplastics February 2024

12.03.2024

Quotations for most grades fixed higher / PVC types roll over, PET declines / Demand remains largely subdued / February price trend likely to continue in March
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Standard thermoplastics January 2024

13.02.2024

Most grades see no major price movement / Only PET quotes rise unexpectedly on fewer imports due to Red Sea conflict / In part substantial hikes expected in February
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Engineering thermoplastics January 2024

13.02.2024

First down, then up – divided picture at start of year / Fewer, more expensive imports / Some stock-building activities expected for February
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Standard thermoplastics December 2023

08.01.2024

Demand struggles with more dampening effects / At best rollovers expected in January, quotations more likely to continue their downward trend
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Engineering thermoplastics December 2023

08.01.2024

Small reductions dominate the picture again / January could see prices bottoming out / Significant follow-up orders nevertheless still on the short side
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Standard thermoplastics October 2023

07.11.2023

At least there´s one thing everyone agrees on – for all intents and purposes, the year is over / Producers, processors at odds over passing on feedstock prices / When will demand pick up again?
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Engineering thermoplastics October 2023

07.11.2023

Further hikes in feedstock costs fail to raise prices / Weak demand, ample imports create liquid markets / No improvement in sight
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