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Post-holiday hikes carry China homo-PP market to 1-year high

China’s lengthy National Day holidays ended last Friday and PP players have been gradually returning to their desks since then. The post-holiday scene has been firm so far, with both local and import suppliers raising their offers amid reports that buying activity is brisk in China...
15-10-2020

Asia PVC markets see longest rising streak ever on extreme tightness

According to the weekly average data obtained from ChemOrbis Price Index, import PVC prices in Asia have been on a constant uptrend since May. This six-month rally indicates the longest rising streak since ChemOrbis started keeping records in 2008...
14-10-2020

Africa polymers: October offers higher amid reduced availability

In Africa, regional markets have seen a continued firming in prices, largely as a result of reduced allocations from import sellers. Although views on demand varied from region to region, market dynamics have been little changed across much of the continent...
13-10-2020

Stable to softer PE trend prevails in Europe amid soft demand, poor netbacks

In Europe, PE markets opened the month of October with mostly rollovers despite slightly lower ethylene contracts. Being pressured by thin trading, some sellers applied small discounts. Yet, they remarked that there was scant room for decreases as prices are already low compared to other major markets...
12-10-2020

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