3 September 2015 - Viscose prices have further increased in the last seven days in China, with the market however scrutinizing the level in production. 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.
3 September 2015 - EU sourcing policies are very rapidly changing, as reflected by latest official data. The European demand is rapidly shifting from China to Bangladesh which could soon become a leading supplier in volume terms. Average unit prices have experienced sharply different variations in the second quarter of 2015, depending on origins. Latest trends are reflected by our comprehensive review of 1st quarter data per origin, from 2011-15. A large number of statistical tables are published, with volume, value and unit value changes released in both euro and US$ terms. The full table is also available for download.
2 September 2015 - Polyester prices have sharply rebounded in China, over a similar recovery of crude oil prices, and as a clear sign of current volatility. 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.
2 September 2015 - Yarn prices are stable or declining in India, amid rising uncertainties about the level in demand from domestic and export markets. Our comprehensive review of Indian yarn markets covers the domestic markets in Ludhiana (Punjab) and Indore (Madhya Pradesh), with a wide range of products and counts, including cotton yarns (carded and combed), polyester spun, polyester-cotton, polyester-viscose and polyester-acrylic. Export market prices are also available for both cotton and polyester-cotton.
2 September 2015 - Unit prices of US apparel imports have declined from a series of origins over the first half while rising from other low-cost countries. These overall trends however hide large differences for a single source depending on product categories. This is reflected by our series of statistical tables offering a comprehensive comparison of unit values per country of origin and category of product. The report also includes a detailed comparison of Chinese price trends vs other origins, through a series of indexes. Our full table is available for download.
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