POLYMERPRICE REPORTS

Overview: Polymerprice Reports

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Engineering Thermoplastics September 2014

15/10/2014

Polyamides show first signs of price erosion as demand from auto industry cools / Other materials stable / Business likely to remain weak in October
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Engineering Thermoplastics August 2014

16/09/2014

ABS and PC feel the after-effects of July´s benzene contract rise / Other materials mostly stable / Costs remain high despite a slight relaxation
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Standard thermoplastics August 2014

16/09/2014

Most producers pass on cost decline / Demand from construction sector uncharacteristically weak / September likely to see broad increases in the wake of the ongoing cost decline
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Engineering Thermoplastics June 2014

08/07/2014

Calm prevails / Quarterly agreements forestall rises in final month of Q2 / July expected to see a spate of increases
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Standard Thermoplastics June 2014

08/07/2014

Rises for polyolefins and PVC slightly exceed the cost increase / PET prices firm / PS follows styrene´s downward trend / Cost increase will drive almost all notations up in July
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Engineering Thermoplastics May 2014

13/06/2014

Prices are a mixed bag / PC up / Polyamides and PBT stable / POM sees small gains / No clear direction recognisable for June either / PMMA under upward pressure
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Standard Thermoplastics May 2014

13/06/2014

PE sees first hikes / Tight propylene feedstock drives up PP / Slight gains for PVC / PS costs passed down / Temporary firming on PET front / Olefin derivatives likely to point up in June
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Engineering Thermoplastics April 2014

19/05/2014

Price upswing gains momentum / PA 6, POM and PMMA rise / PC, PA 6.6 and PBT flat / Automotive demand still lively / More hikes on the horizon
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Standard Thermoplastics April 2014

19/05/2014

PE stagnating / Tight C3 drives PP upward / PVC notations weaken / Styrenics follow the monomer cost increase / PET pointing down / Prices to rise across a broad front in May
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Standard Thermoplastics March 2014

11/04/2014

Drop in PE notations exceeds ethylene decline / PVC still weak / PP remains stable / Styrenics follow downward feedstock costs / PET in free fall / Prices likely to firm in April
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