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Polymers Prices On The Rise

8:05 AM MST | November 19, 2010 | Lindsey Bewley

In a normalization that was anticipated for weeks, export polymer prices on either side of the Atlantic snapped into closer parity over the first half of November. Producers report that U.S. export prices for low-density polyethylene rose $100/m.t. while linear LDPE shot higher by $240/m.t. High-density PE prices rose $100-200/m.t. depending on the type and grade, while polypropylene prices rose more than $100/m.t. Polystyrene was reported to gain $100/m.t. In Europe HDPE prices rose $200/m.t., while PS gained $100-200/m.t. varying by type and grade. In North...

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