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The ICIS polymethyl methacrylate PMMA report covers the spot prices and Chinese domestic prices in the Asia-Pacific region on a weekly basis.
ICIS reports spot deals, bids and offers and buy-sell notions in Asia, giving subscribers an indicative trend of the price movements
The assessed prices are collected and assessed by communicating with major producers, traders, distributors and buyers.
Subscribers find the report beneficial; it is the only one of its kind in Asia. It offers the most up to date market information, price trends and demand and supply conditions to help them determine their future pricing.
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Updated to Q2 2016
Asia Pacific polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) prices saw limited fluctuations during the second quarter, on the back of steady import demand.
The PMMA market drew support from gains in upstream feedstock methyl methacrylate prices. Spot prices of general-purpose grade PMMA on a CFR (cost and freight) Southeast Asia basis rose from $1,750-1,850/tonne on 7 April to $1,800-1,850/tonne as of 23 June.
In a similar vein, prices on a CFR China basis were lifted by stable consumer demand. On a CFR China basis, spot prices of GP-grade PMMA moved up from $1,500-1,630/tonne to $1,600-1,700/tonne during the same period in the quarter.
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