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Nylon US Transcript
The ICIS US nylon report covers domestic prices for nylon 6 and nylon 6,6 grades of material. The report assesses domestic prices of unfilled, industrial and glass reinforced grades of nylon 6 and nylon 6,6.
Major producers, buyers, distributors and traders are talked to in order to get a clear and detailed view of the market.
The report also analyses and presents trends from various feedstocks for nylon, giving a full view of where those markets are moving.
By combining the view points of market players in all positions and breaking down the feedstock situation, the ICIS nylon report offers subscribers the most detailed information possible giving them the best chance to make important and financial market decisions.
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Updated to Q4 2015
US nylon 6 prices in the freely negotiated market during the fourth quarter were considered very low amid soft demand and expectations of further slowdown. The market was oversupplied, and some suppliers were said to be very aggressive with pricing in efforts to reduce inventories before the end of the year. Sources said that prime and wide-spec inventories were very high, and film market pricing was very low. Prices were not expected to rebound in the near future, given that demand was likely to slow further for the typical year-end lull.
The US nylon 6,6 market was more balanced than the nylon 6 market, enabling some freely negotiated pricing to hold steady for the most part. Still, several sources said that the market had been impacted by slowing demand – both for domestic and export material. The market was expected to remain soft for the remaining part of the year, with a source considering it lucky if prices start moving back up in the first quarter of next year.
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