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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.

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CrudeOil from 15-31, Aug 2014
In the first half of last fortnight, Crude oil prices went down on the back of concerns over geo-political tensions in the Middle East coupled with rise in the value of the U.S.A dollar. By the end of the first half, Brent Crude oil prices increased ...

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

Propylene from 15-31, Aug 2014
In the first half of the last fortnight, selling offers for Propylene declined. In the beginning of the last fortnight, Propylene price opened with a stable sentiment and then declined continuously. In the second half of last fortnight, Propylene pri...

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

Benzene from 15-31, Aug 2014
In Asia, Benzene market went down and prices plunged due to weaker upstream energy values coupled with a drop in benzene values in the U.S.A and European market during the first half. In the Europe market, Benzene prices declined due to poor buying s...

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


PULP from 15-31, Aug 2014
Cotton linter market improved but the prices were relatively stable as downstream buyers showed limited intention in buying during the first half. Imported dissolving pulp market presented weak appearance and price remained stable due to subdued dema...

Cotton    |    Spandex     |    Wool


COTTON from 15-31, Aug 2014
International cotton market moved upward and prices increased in line with positive future market fundamental coupled with cotton supply and demand increased during the first half. In India, Cotton market went up with the support of favourable market...

 Weekly Price Monitor
Product Terms Price
CrudeOilBrent96.72 US$/Brl
Naphtha * *
Paraxylene * *
PTA * *
Ethylene * *
MEG * *
PET ChipsN E Asia (FOB)1290 US$/Ton
Polypropylene * *
CaprolactamChina (CIF)2200 US$/Ton
VSFChina (CMP)1590 US$/Ton
* - For Privileged Members
Published on :September 15, 2014  
  • European & US PX prices drop due to poor demand on Wed

    Paraxylene (PX) prices fell in European and US markets on 10th Sept, due to sluggish demand, weak downstream market coupled with decline in PX prices in Asian markets. In Europe, PX prices went down by US$ */ton yesterday, as compared with 9th Sept and were quoted at US$ ****/ton.

  • Asian MEG prices slip from weak energy market

    MEG prices declined in Asia on Wednesday (Sept 10) due to bearish downstream demand and weak energy market fundamental. In Indian market, MEG prices went down by US$ **/ton or ** percent on Sept 10, when compared with Sept 9 and were quoted at US$ ***/ton.

  • US & European benzene trends fall on Sept 10

    Benzene price went down in US market mainly due to weak feedstock prices, while bearish upstream pulled down benzene trends in Europe. In US, benzene prices declined by ** percent on 10th Sept as compared to 9th Sept and were quoted at *** cents/gallon.

  • Asian PTA prices dip due to bearish demand on Sept 10

    Bearish buying sentiments pulled down PTA prices in Asia on Wednesday (10th Sept). In F E Asian market, prices fell by US$ **/ton or ** percent on 10th Sept, when compared with 9th Sept and were quoted at US$ ***/ton.

Buhler Quality Yarns Corporation

I certainly look forward to be receiving the Market Watch Report. It has become an important tool in our sales and marketing efforts, as it gives in concentrated form, major developments on raw materials and fiber prices from around the globe, with special focus on the Asian region where the vast majority of today’s textiles and apparels are produced.

I find especially the graphs very helpful as they give a longer term view and put certain short term developments into a larger context.