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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 15-30, Sep 2014
During the first half of last fortnight, Crude oil prices increased due to decline in Omani oil production. The rise in prices was also driven by gains in US equity indices. During the second half of the last fortnight, Crude oil prices declined due ...

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

Propylene from 15-30, Sep 2014
During the first half, Propylene prices plunged in Asian and European market while surged in U.S.A market. In Asian market, Propylene price went down due to weak upstream energy values coupled with bearish buying sentiments in the region. During the ...

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

Benzene from 15-30, Sep 2014
In Asian market, Benzene market presented strong appearance and prices went up due to firm demand from the downstream market and optimistic market fundamentals during that period. In the second half of last fortnight, Benzene market presented weak pe...

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

PULP from 15-30, Sep 2014
Cotton linter market softened and prices were relatively stable as downstream buyers showed moderate buying intention and stayed away from the market during the first half. Imported dissolving pulp market showed weak appearance and price remained sta...

Cotton    |    Spandex     |    Wool

COTTON from 15-30, Sep 2014
International cotton market showed weak outlook and prices went down due to weak demand from the downstream buyers and poor market fundamentals during the first half. In India, Cotton market maintained a weak tone and prices went down due to lack of ...

 Weekly Price Monitor
Product Terms Price
CrudeOil * *
NaphthaRotterdam (FOB)735 US$/Ton
Paraxylene * *
PTA * *
Ethylene * *
MEG * *
PET ChipsN E Asia (FOB)1225 US$/Ton
Polypropylene * *
CaprolactamChina (CIF)2140 US$/Ton
VSFChina (CMP)1590 US$/Ton
* - For Privileged Members
Published on :October 13, 2014  
  • Chinese PSF prices move southwards in current week

    Chinese PSF prices followed a downward trend in the domestic market as well as in the USD based market during the current week. PSF trends fell further due to sluggish demand from the downstream buyers in the Chinese market during the week under review.

  • Asian PX trends drop from weak upstream on Oct 16

    Weak upstream and downstream product prices led to Asian PX prices declining on Thursday, 16th Oct. In Korea, prices went down by US$ **/ton or *** percent from Wednesday and were assessed at US$ ****/ton on Thursday.

  • Asian ethylene prices fall from mute buying sentiments

    On Thursday (16th Oct) ethylene prices fell in Asia due to mute buying sentiments in the region. In S E Asia, ethylene prices went down by US$ **/ton and were assessed at US$ ****/ton on Thursday, as compared to Wednesday, a decrease of *** percent.

  • European & US benzene prices down due to weak upstream

    European and US benzene prices descended on Wednesday (15th Oct) due to weak upstream energy prices in the region. In Europe, benzene prices declined by US$ **/ton or *** percent from 14th Oct and were assessed at US$ ****/ton on 14th Oct.

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.