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Updated to Q4 2016
Asia’s methyl methacrylate (MMA) prices were on an upward price trend during the fourth quarter, bolstered by firm market conditions against a backdrop of tight supply. The supply shortfall scenario was triggered by a spate of regional plant shutdowns, both planned and unplanned, prompting price hikes by major suppliers.
Prices of MMA cargoes in 20-300 tonnes moved up from an average at $1,855/tonne CFR (cost & freight) southeast Asia basis on 7 October to $1,962.50/tonne CFR southeast Asia as of 2 December, or about 6%.
Consequently and in similar vein, bulk MMA shipments of 500 tonnes or more, for which spot trades were limited, saw CFR southeast Asia prices rising from an average of $1,827.50/tonne to $1,847.50/tonne during the same period.
MMA supply limitations in China, more apparent in the early part of the quarter, lifted Chinese domestic prices before tapering off. On an ex-tank basis, prices were at Chinese yuan (CNY) 14,200-15,000/tonne in east China on 30 September, narrowing to CNY14,500-14,800/tonne as of 2 December.
The ICIS methyl methacrylate (MMA) report covers spot and Chinese domestic prices in the Asia-Pacific region on a weekly basis.
We report on bid-offer and buy-sell notions for the key geographies across Asia.
The report provides competitive benchmarking for leading companies and also analyses the demand and supply conditions that shape the Asian MMA market.
It uses information sourced from producers, traders, distributors, buyers and databases. Subscribers can find updates on plant turnarounds and expansion plans.
The report is a vital source of market intelligence and provides up-to-date information on pricing and trends to help our customers stay ahead of the competition.
ICIS collects pricing data on a wide range of chemical, energy and fertilizer products, including Methyl methacrylate. Our extensive experience in price reporting means we can offer you access to historical data dating back more than 20 years for certain commodities.
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ICIS price assessments are based on information gathered from a wide cross-section of the market, comprising consumers, producers, traders and distributors from more than 250 reporters world-wide. Confirmed deals, verified by both buyer and seller, provide the foundation of our price assessments.
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