price report

December 2005
Chemical Week;12/14/2005, Vol. 167 Issue 42, p28
Trade Publication
The article presents an update on the prices of chemical products in the U.S. and Europe as of December 14, 2005. There is an increase in U.S. ethylene contracts in November. Weak demand has affected spot olefins prices despite higher feedstock costs. Due to weak spot demand, European ethylene spot prices has declined. European aromatics spot prices are expected to increase due to soaring energy prices.


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