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Mixed settlements for olefins contracts

11:48 AM MDT | June 10, 2013 | Lindsay Frost

Olefins contract settlements were mixed for June on both sides of the Atlantic this week. Spot naphtha in northwest Europe rose for a second straight week, this time by $20/m.t., and June contracts for ethylene and propylene were higher too, if only by token amounts. Ethylene was said to be done €5/m.t. higher while propylene was agreed up by €15/m.t. Butadiene was the loser of the group—settled down €90/m.t. Spot olefins were lower, ethylene by €30/mt. and propylene by €20/m.t. players say, as recent increases have...

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