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POLYMERPRICE REPORTS

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Engineering thermoplastics May 2020

10/06/2020

Significant price cuts with only a few exceptions / Demand from auto production still poor / Producers´ output control begins to have effect
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Standard thermoplastics May 2020

10/06/2020

Polyethylene witnesses controlled output / Picture dominated by increases in costs of feedstocks / Polymer trends mostly following
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Standard thermoplastics April 2020

11/05/2020

Large decreases predominate / Producers attempt to limit damage / Mostly equal passing on of falls in feedstock costs / Demand is variable
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Engineering thermoplastics April 2020

11/05/2020

Small price cuts initially / Hesitant pick-up in demand / Volume planning in price negotiations / Substantial reductions expected in May
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Engineering thermoplastics March 2020

09/04/2020

Most grades roll over / Only polyamides on the decline / Benzene crash to overshadow April / E&E sector could stabilise prices for POM and PBT
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Standard thermoplastics March 2020

09/04/2020

Price declines in March cast a shadow / Drastic drops in April feedstock costs throw market out of joint / Demand for food and hygiene products not disappearing
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Standard thermoplastics February 2020

10/03/2020

Coronavirus dampens existing buyers´ reluctance / First calls for increases arose towards end of February / Focus will be on improving margins in March
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Engineering thermoplastics February 2020

10/03/2020

Price stability on a broad front / Quarterly agreements provide support / Demand slightly above expectations / Differing trends likely in March
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Engineering Thermoplastics January 2020

11/02/2020

ABS firmer / PA 6.6, PMMA and PP compounds lower / PA 6 base polymers expected to push up compounds in the medium term / Demand slowly recovers
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Standard Thermoplastics January 2020

11/02/2020

Weak demand still dominates markets / Producers’ demands for the most part fizzle out with no effect / Impact of coronavirus outbreak could be seen in February
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