27 November 2015 - EU clothing imports have experienced radically different trends in the third quarter and the first three quarters this year, depending on product categories and origins. Prices in US$ terms may have risen or be subject to a single to double-digit decline depending on categories of products. Our series of comparison tables offer a comprehensive view of EU clothing imports per HS 4-digit category with volume, value and unit price changes, while market shares are also calculated for each major supplying country. Full data are available for download.
27 November 2015 - Wool prices have risen this week in US$ and euro terms over a new increase of the Australian dollar which has been boosted by a possible rise of benchmark interest rates in December. Our 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. The China's Nanjing market is covered whereas links to weekly New Zealand and South African markets are provided.
26 November 2015 - European markets have reacted in very different ways to the fall of the euro and the Sterling in US$ terms. Volume markets have once more pressured prices of low-cost exporters whereas other countries have continued favoring values. This is reflected by our comprehensive review of the European Union imports per destination, covering a 4-year period from 2011-2015. Our statistical report provides volume, value and unit value changes released in both euro and US$ terms. The full table is available for download.
26 November 2015 - Viscose prices have continued slightly sliding in China, triggering a reaction from several producers. Our weekly report covers the viscose/rayon staple fiber and filament markets over the last 12 months. Viscose spun yarn prices are also available. Cotton linter, cotton pulp and wood pulp prices on domestic and import markets are being tracked over the last 12 months, in addition.
26 November 2015 - Spun polyester and polycotton prices have not really declined on the domestic market in Pakistan, after anti-dumping duties on Chinese polyester staple fibers have raised raw material costs. Our monthly report covers the latest trends in polyester staple fiber prices and spun yarn prices (100% polyester and polyester-cotton) in both Karachi and Faisalabad markets. Polyester filament prices are also covered. Historical data back to 2007 are available for download.
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