25 October 2016 - Yarn prices are moving into different directions in China, depending on the products. Viscose spun prices have for instance begun retreating back to lower levels, in line with the current fall of VSF prices. Our weekly report covers the China yarn domestic and import market indicators, as well as local market prices in Qianqing (Zhejiang). Prices of a large number of counts are released for spun cotton, polyester, viscose and blends. Import prices are also available for yarns from India, Indonesia, Pakistan, and Vietnam. Domestic and import yarn prices are compared. All data are available for download.
21 October 2016 - Down prices are now recovering in China, after significantly dropping in the first half this year, in line with long-term trends observed in the last years, as reflected by our monthly and historical data back to 7 years ago. Benchmark goose and duck down prices are available for standard GB-T14272-2011 with tables and charts offering a clear view of latest trends in China. This report is not available for registered users.
20 October 2016 - Viscose prices have begun dropping in the last days in China, giving a negative sign to spun yarn markets in China, but also in India and Pakistan. 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.
19 October 2016 - Polyester fiber prices are steadily rising in China, thanks to a stronger demand after holidays and slightly higher material costs over the current rebound of crude oil prices. Our weekly report covers the Polyester Staple Fiber (PSF) and Polyester Filament Yarn (PFY) prices on the domestic market, including a price comparison of polyester staple fibers with cotton and viscose. The gross margin of polyester spun yarn producers is also released.
19 October 2016 - Silk prices have sharply rebounded in the summer in China, thanks to a recovery of demand from foreign countries. Exports of silk apparel and accessories are still hit by the crisis of the luxury sector, however. Our quarterly report provides monthly average prices over the last three years for silk and cocoon on the domestic market, with in-depth analysis of latest and long-term trends. Export data are also now released for raw silk, silk yarns and silk apparel, including average export prices over the last 12 months. Most data are available for download.
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