MOSCOW (MRC)--Negotiations on the prices of European polyvinyl chloride (PVC) for November supplies to CIS markets started last week with most European producers decreasing PVC export prices, according to a MRC Price report.
November contract ethylene price remained at the level of October.
However, weaker demand from export markets made European producers cut export prices.
Many producers announced a price decrease of €10-15/tonne from October.
Negotiations on November deliveries of suspension polyvinyl chloride (SPVC) for the CIS markets were done in the range of €765-830/tonne FCA (free carrier), while the October deals were done in the range of €780-840/tonne FCA.
PVC supply from most producers was sufficient, there was no information about limitations.
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