22 September 2016 - Viscose prices are further rising in China, over tight supply and seasonal demand. VSF prices have surged in the last 10 years, if compared with polyester, as reflected by our historical data. 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.
20 September 2016 - Nylon 6 prices could now decline after they have significantly risen in July and August. Benzene and caprolactam prices are already dropping in Asia, over a lack of demand. Our monthly report covers the latest trends of nylon (polyamide) 6 prices, also offering a detailed view of the caprolactam (CPL) prices in China. The nylon/CPL spread is also calculated for assessing gross margin trends for polyamide producers. Daily prices of the past 12 months are available for download.
20 September 2016 - Cotton yarn prices are no more moving in China, in line with the stabilization of cotton prices at lower levels. Cotton yarn production could now bottom out for the first time in five years. 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.
16 September 2016 - Polyester fiber and yarn prices have remained very stable in August, due to the absence of volatility on the Chinese market in the past months. Our monthly report compares polyester staple fiber and polyester spun yarn prices in China, India and Pakistan, in both local currency terms and US$ terms. Gross margins of spinners are also calculated on a monthly basis. Historical data back to 2007 are available for download.
15 September 2016 - Viscose fiber prices could further increase in China, due to lower production and stronger seasonal demand. 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.
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