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Ethyl acetate Europe Transcript
ICS reports on ethyl acetate, referred to as Etac, in Europe, the US and Asia.
In Europe the report consists of spot prices for ethyl acetate and prices are quoted in euro per metric tonne on a free delivered northwest European basis.
The standard spot size in Europe is for a parcel that represents a full truck load of 20 to 25 tonnes
The report contains information about spot prices, monthly price-targets posted by producers, agreed business, demand-supply factors including any planned and unplanned production schedules.
It also includes a snapshot of developments for upstream products like ethanol, ethylene and acetic acid.
The European Etac report is generated after conversations with buyers, sellers and traders in the market. We take account of market sentiment as well as deals completed in the week.
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Updated to Q1 2015
European ethyl acetate (etac) spot prices softened early in the year to an average of €800/tonne on 6 February before recovering to an average of €850/tonne FD by the middle of March.
The decline of prices early in the year stemmed from a combination of mediocre demand and a significant cumulative drop in the monthly contract price of feedstock ethylene, which itself was influenced by the fall of crude oil values.
This etac price decrease occurred in spite of an ongoing lack of imports to Europe, with the weak euro versus the dollar continuing to discourage overseas sellers.
However, etac prices started to climb slightly from mid-February, with a €100/tonne increase of the March contract price for feedstock ethylene helping to see prices rise to the aforementioned level by mid-March.
Despite the etac price hike, it was not sufficient to attract importers back to Europe. Some of them kept business with Europe to a minimum, as it would otherwise mean losing money. Some instead conducted business with other regions, such as north Africa or Turkey, where higher prices could be obtained.
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