1 September 2014 - A sharply falling euro and potentially rising currencies in India and Indonesia could significantly change apparel sourcing decisions in coming months. Our monthly statistical report displays a comprehensive view of currency values against the US dollar but also v. the euro, the British pound, the Indian and Pak rupees, and the Chinese renminbi.
1 September 2014 - Cotton prices clearly rebounded in the last weeks after sharply falling on the international market. Our weekly cotton report covers the latest price trends of international spot and futures markets through a large number of tables and charts, with also domestic markets in China, India and Pakistan being reviewed. Daily data of the past 12-month period are available for download.
1 September 2014 - Raw material costs of polyester producers further fell in the last week, potentially announcing lower polyester prices. Our weekly report covers the polyester chain, including Paraxylene (PX), PTA, MEG, polyester chips, and polyester staple and filament prices. Asian Contract Prices (ACPs) are also available for the PX, PTA and MEG markets in Asia, with 5-year charts and downloadable historical data.
29 August 2014 - Wool prices resisted any new decline this week, thanks to strong support for medium and broad fibers. Our weekly report delivers a comprehensive view of wool prices in Australia, with a long list of micron types in A$, US$ and euro terms. Historical charts are also available, such as downloadable historical data. A glimpse on the New Zealand and South African markets is provided.
28 August 2014 - The average unit price of US apparel imports remained relatively flat over the first half, actually hiding significant differences depending on origins and categories of products. This is reflected by our series of statistical tables offering a comprehensive comparison of unit values per origin and category, with world and China benchmark indexes also published. Our full table is available for download.
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