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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 13-26, Feb 2015
Crude oil prices went up during 2nd week of February due to higher demand forecast for Crude oil by oil cartel Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) coupled with went up in prices was also a result of fall in the value of the US dollar...

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

Propylene from 13-26, Feb 2015
In Asian market, Propylene prices gained on the back of improved buying interest for the spot cargoes coupled with limited product availability in the region. The FOB Korea market, Propylene monthly average price went up by 7.10% in compared to previ...

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

Benzene from 13-26, Feb 2015
Compared to January 2015, the average price during the February, 2015 has seen a surge of more than 2.3 %. In Asian market, Benzene market presented strong energy value and prices increased due to strong demand from the downstream market and favorabl...

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


PULP from 13-26, Feb 2015
Cotton linter market showed weak appearance and prices remained stable due to subdued demand from the downstream buyers in the Chinese domestic market. Cotton linter market maintained a weak tone and prices were relatively steady due to lack of suppo...

Cotton    |    Spandex     |    Wool


COTTON from 13-26, Feb 2015
The cotton market went up due to bullish demand from the downstream buyers and favorable market outlook during last fortnight. International cotton market showed strong outlook and prices went up due to improved demand coupled with bullish buying sen...

 Weekly Price Monitor
Product Terms Price
CrudeOil * *
NaphthaJapan (CFR)550 US$/Ton
Paraxylene * *
PTA * *
Ethylene * *
MEG * *
PSFN E Asia (FOB)1010 US$/Ton
Acrylonitrile * *
CaprolactamChina (CIF)1580 US$/Ton
Cotton linters & PulpChina (CIF)795 US$/Ton
* - For Privileged Members
Published on :March 2, 2015  
  • PSF prices marginally up this week in China

    The Chinese polyester staple fibre (PSF) market showed strong outlook and prices rose marginally from firm demand from downstream buyers in the Chinese domestic market in this week. Spot prices for polyester staple fibre FOB NE Asia grew by * per cent and were offered at US$ **** per ton.

  • Chinese PET chips prices climb during this week

    The Chinese domestic PET chips market showed strong outlook and prices climbed due to bullish demand from the downstream market coupled with improved in trading activity during this week. Average prices of semi dull chips were around RMB **** per ton and super bright chips were around RMB **** per ton.

  • Asian ACN trends drop this week from ample availability

    Prices of Acrylonitrile (ACN) dropped down drastically during this week in Asian market from ample of product availability. Prices also fell due to downward pressure seen further intensifying in key markets such as China ahead of the Lunar New Year holidays.

  • Chinese polyester filament trends stay steady this week

    Polyester filament yarn market in China displayed steady sentiments during this week due to the holiday mood, as downstream plants have widely shutdown. While, most downstream plants had finished stocking-up last fortnight itself, given the limited inventory, polyester filament trends stayed stable this week.