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Textile Market Watch Report is a comprehensive fortnightly Price Trend and Market Analysis report for fiber and feedstock materials. Globally acclaimed, this report is compiled by a team of experts after assimilation and analysis of vital inputs and data from global markets-media-sources. Unbiased and incisive, it has been appreciated for its user-friendly form and precise information.

  • Polyester Value Chain
  • Acrylic Value Chain
  • Nylon Value Chain
  • Viscose Value Chain
  • Others
Crude Oil  I  Naphtha  I  Paraxylene  I  Purified Terephthalic Acid  I  Ethylene  I
Monoethylene Glycol   I   PET Chips   I   Polyester Staple Fibre   I  Polyester Filament Yarn


CrudeOil from 13 Mar,2015 - 26 Mar,2015
Crude oil prices declined during last fortnight due to rise in Crude inventories. Average Crude oil price decreased by 7.83% during the 3rd week of March compared to previous fortnight. Compared to March 2014, the average price during the month of Ma...

Propylene   |   Acrylonitrile    |    Acrylic Staple Fibre    |    Polypropylene    |   
Crude Oil    |    Naphtha

Propylene from 13 Mar,2015 - 26 Mar,2015
In Asia, Propylene prices declined on the back of bearish buying sentiments. In the FOB Korea terms, Propylene monthly average price went down by 19.06% in compared to previous fortnight. In the US, selling offers for Propylene prices went down due ...

Benzene    |    Caprolactam    |    Nylon Chips    |    Nylon Filament Yarn    |   
Crude Oil    |     Naphtha

Benzene from 13 Mar,2015 - 26 Mar,2015
In Asia, Benzene market showed soft outlook and prices declined due to weak upstream energy in the market and weak buying sentiments during the period. In the Europe, Benzene prices went down due to poor energy in the market coupled with sluggish buy...

Cotton linters & Pulp    |    Viscose Staple Fibre    |    Viscose Filament Yarn


PULP from 13 Mar,2015 - 26 Mar,2015
Cotton linter market saw modest outlook and prices remained stable due to weak demand from the downstream buyers in the Chinese domestic market. Cotton linter market remained lackluster and trading activities were scarce as downstream buyers showed n...

Cotton    |    Spandex     |    Wool


COTTON from 13 Mar,2015 - 26 Mar,2015
The cotton market went down due to bearish downstream demand from the buyers and unfavorable market outlook during last fortnight. International cotton market followed subdued outlook and prices declined by 3% due to poor demand coupled with weak buy...

 Weekly Price Monitor
Product Terms Price
CrudeOilBrent55.80 US$/Brl
Naphtha * *
Paraxylene * *
PTA * *
Ethylene * *
MEG * *
PSFN E Asia (FOB)960 US$/Ton
Acrylonitrile * *
Nylon ChipsChina (CIF)2000 US$/Ton
VFYChina (CIF)5600 US$/Ton
* - For Privileged Members
Published on :March 30, 2015  
  • Asian PTA inches up on Mar 26 from higher upstream prices

    Asian PTA prices inched up on Thursday (March 26) from higher upstream product prices in the region. Supporting the price rise was higher prices of other polyester feedstock. In FE Asia, prices were seen at US$ ***/ton on Thursday, higher by US$ */ton as compared to prices on Wednesday (March 25).

  • Asian PX grows from higher upstream prices on Mar 26

    Asian PX prices grew yesterday (March 26) from higher upstream energy prices in the region and increase in feedstock prices and downstream product prices. In Korea, prices were assessed at US$ ***/ton yesterday, higher by US$ **/ton as compared to the prices on Wednesday (March 25).

  • Ethylene prices rise in parts of Asia on Thursday

    Ethylene prices rose in parts of Asia on Thursday (March 26) from tight product availability in the region and higher upstream energy prices. Supporting the price rise was strong downstream demand in the region.

  • Asian benzene up on Mar 26 from upstream price hike

    Asian benzene prices went up in Asia on Thursday (March 26) from increase in upstream energy prices and downstream product prices in the region. In Korea, prices were witnessed at US$ ***/ton on Thursday, higher by US$ **/ton as compared to prices on Wednesday (March 25).