cw price report

March 2006
Chemical Week;3/8/2006, Vol. 168 Issue 8, p27
Trade Publication
This article reports on chemical prices in the U.S. and Europe as of March 8, 2006. Gulf Coast spot ethylene declines accelerated as prices fell 6 cts/lb. Other major olefins declined by 1 ct-2 cts/lb. February butadiene contracts were settled 2 cts/lb lower, and March is likely to drop another penny. European spot ethylene markets remained tight. March benzene contracts fell 13 cts/gal in the U.S., a major reversal from the 34 cts/gal increase nominated.


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