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Chinese cotton, PC & rayon yarn market trends
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Nov '11
The spot market for cotton, P/C and rayon yarn in Hebei, Shandong and Henan provinces of China, has maintained a declining trend in recent times.

The spot price of cotton continued to decline and the downstream cotton yarn and cotton fabric markets remained quiet. As the selling season ends for many garment factories in late November, their sourcing of yarn and fabrics has come to a close. Hence, there is no increase in the sales of yarns.

So, the majority of manufacturers are cutting their offer prices to win the limited market. Currently, cotton yarn C32s is being traded around 26,000-26,500 yuan/ton in the mainstream market. The price for higher quality yarns is in the range of 27,000-27,500 yuan/ton.

The price of polyester/cotton (P/C) yarn has also declined in recent times due to declining cost of raw materials. The market was light and trading volume of P/C yarn continues to fall. At present, the mainstream price of P/C yarn T63/C35 32s is 20,000-20,500 yuan/ton, while the lower qualities were being traded at 19,500 yuan/ton.

The already weak rayon yarn market has shrunk further owing to the fall in price of viscose staple fibre. Factories are holding a large inventory of rayon yarn and several manufacturers are selling their stocks at a substantially reduced price.

Currently, the price of rayon yarn R30s is 20,000-20,500 yuan/ton in the mainstream market, while the price for lower quality yarn is around 19,500-20,000 yuan/ton, which is the lowest price in nearly two years.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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