15 June 2012 12:01 [Source: ICIS news]
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CRUDE: July WTI $84.58/bbl, up 67 cents; Aug BRENT $97.84/bbl, up 67 cents
Crude oil prices were higher in afternoon trade after OPEC said that it will keep its output quota unchanged in the second half of this year.
NAPHTHA: $756.00-758.00/tonne CFR Japan, up $5.50/tonne
Open-spec naphtha prices firmed, buoyed by a deal settled for second-half August loading at $758.00/tonne CFR Japan.
BENZENE: $1,015-1,025/tonne FOB
Bids for second-half July loading were heard at $980-1,005/tonne FOB
TOLUENE: $985-1,000/tonne FOB
Prices firmed in tandem with stronger energy values. Offers for July loading at $1,005-1,010/tonne FOB
ETHYLENE: $880-920/tonne CFR NE Asia, stable
A deal for a 2,300 tonne northeast
PROPYLENE: $1,230-1,270/tonne CFR NE Asia, up by $10/tonne at the high end
A deal for a second-half July cargo was concluded at $1,271/tonne CFR China. Selling ideas hovered at $1,270-1,280/tonne CFR China, against buying ideas at $1,230-1,240/tonne CFR China.
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