MOSCOW (MRC)--European polypropylene (PP) producers have increased December prices for export of material into the CIS countries by a lesser level than that of the monthly propylene contract, according to the ICIS-MRC Price Report.
Negotiations on December prices of European PP began at the end of last week, with many European producers raising their export PP prices by €30/tonne. The European December propylene contract settled up by €32/tonne at €892/tonne.
But in the negotiation process, some PP producers agreed to limit the growth of prices by the value of €20/tonne.
Negotiations for December shipments of homopolymer propylene (homopolymer PP) were done in the range of €1,010-1,100/tonne FCA (free carrier), whereas last month's deals were done in the range of €990-1,080/tonne FCA.
Deals for block copolymers of propylene (PP block copolymers) were agreed in the range of €1,160-1,230/tonne FCA, down on average by €20/tonne from November.
Negotiations over December shipments of statistical propylene copolymers (PP random copolymers) were held in the range of €1,210-1,270/tonne FCA.
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