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Polymer Prices Flat on Both Sides of Atlantic

1:41 PM MDT | July 14, 2010 | Lindsey Bewley

Summer doldrums seem to have come to polymer markets early this year, but players explain that there is little energy for arguing after intense spring and early summer negotiations over producers’ higher nominations. Linear low-density polyethylene in North America ticked higher by $10/m.t. against little other notable movment in other resins. In Europe there was more activity, with LLDPE gaining $35/m.t. and LDPE rising $20/m.t. Polypropylene was bid up by $50/m.t. on word of an outage at LyondellBasel’s Brindisi...

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