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AmSty Seeks Another Polystyrene Increase for July Amid Recent Supply Drop, Higher Feedstock Costs (06/27/2022)
A Second Polyethylene Producer Reduces Its June Increase, Proposes a July Increase (06/17/2022)
LyondellBasell Reduces June Polyethylene Price Increase (06/13/2022)
May PGP Settles... (05/26/2022)
Above Average Hurricane Season Expected, Putting US Resin Production at Risk (05/25/2022)
Phillips 66 to Stay on Polypropylene FM Amid Ongoing Maintenance and Repairs (05/20/2022)
Houston Sees Record High Import/Exports for Containers in April (05/19/2022)
LyondellBasell issues new June Polypropylene Price Increase (05/13/2022)
LyondellBasell Lifts Force Majeure and Defers Price Hikes on Resin by One Month (05/10/2022)
ExxonMobil Allocates its Polypropylene Resins (05/04/2022)
AmSty Places Polystyrene on Allocation Following Production Issue (05/04/2022)
TotalEnergies Declares Force Majeure on Polypropylene Resins (05/02/2022)
Our Polyethylene sales, which had been slow, moved closer to average during this past week. PE availability has been improving, which was reinforced by recent industry data, which showed an 85 million lb monthly increase in collective upstream inventories as of the end of May, but even as such, some grades have still been difficult to source. Key commodity grade resins like HDPE for Blow Mold and LLDPE for Film & Injection were all major movers f... [More]
Polypropylene trading activity continued to gather momentum into mid-month but then slowed as energy and other major markets fell sharply during the back part of the week. Completed volumes were skewed towards HoPP over CoPP and evenly split by quality. Ultimately, our spot PP pricing for the week dropped a penny on average amid heavier Prime and Offgrade railcar offerings and lax demand. PP prices have slipped $.03/lb since the beginning of May ... [More]
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