16 July 2010 10:55 [Source: ICIS news]
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CRUDE: Aug WTI $76.67/bbl, up 5 cents BRENT: Sep $76.12/bbl, up 3 cents
US crude futures inched up 5 cents at $76.67/bbl, as disappointing US economic data cast doubts over global energy demand recovery. At 8:30 GMT, the Dubai Mercantile Exchange (DME) September Oman futures contract settled at $73.45/bbl, down 21 cents on Thursday’s close.
NAPHTHA: $623.00-625.00/tonne CFR
Asian first half September naphtha ended lower on Friday at $623-625/tonne CFR Japan. The Asian naphtha crack spread hit a fresh 13-month low of $59.80/tonne versus Brent. Meanwhile the second half September contract was valued at $627.00-629.00/tonne CFR Japan and the first half October contract stood at $630.50-632.50/tonne CFR Japan.
BENZENE: $760-770/tonne FOB
Buy-sell indications for September parcels were cited at $760-773/tonne FOB
TOLUENE: $710-725/tonne FOB
Bids for September parcels were mostly cited around $700-705/tonne FOB
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