24 July 2006 12:06 [Source: ICIS news]
(ICIS news)--Asian open-spec naphtha prices fell 1.7% or $11/tonne from Friday’s trading due to weaker crude value and demand, traders said on Monday.
Prices fell to a notional $648-650/tonne CFR Japan on Monday for delivery in the first half of October.
Nymex WTI futures fell $0.84/bbl to $73.59/bbl on Monday evening. Crude futures lost ground on Monday in Asia after the ?xml:namespace>
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