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POLYMER PRICES
Russia December 2021: Prices of standard thermoplastics decline / Only PVC, PET dearer / Trends set to continue over next few weeks
12.01.2022
POLYMER PRICES
Russia November 2021: Most prices rise only moderately / PS, PET up sharply / High prices hurt domestic demand / Few imports
07.12.2021
POLYMER PRICES
Russia October 2021: Maintenance, lack of imports spur prices / HDPE sees highest increase / Trends set to continue over next few weeks
03.11.2021
POLYMER PRICES
Russia September 2021: Increases in all segments / Maintenance, lack of imports spur rises / Stagnating to higher prices expected in October
08.10.2021
POLYMER PRICES
Russia August 2021: Premiums dominate the picture in August / PVC sets record / Maintenance and outages cause shortages in polyolefins / Further increases expected in September
10.09.2021
POLYMER PRICES
Russia July 2021: PVC, EPS and PET more expensive again / Polyolefins and polystyrene fall sharply in some cases / High demand from construction and packaging / Trends set to continue over next few weeks
04.08.2021
POLYMER PRICES
Russia June 2021: Reductions for almost all standard thermoplastics / Only PVC still moving upward
06.07.2021
POLYMER PRICES
Russia May 2021: Plateauing predominates / Notations falling for the first time / Supply bottleneck driving PVC further up / Overall demand average / Supply situation with thin imports in most cases
04.06.2021
POLYMER PRICES
Russia April 2021: Clear upward trend for most types / Polystyrene at record high / Demand uneven in overall terms / Stagnating prices expected in May
10.05.2021
POLYMER PRICES
Russia March 2021: Notations at an all-time high / Polystyrene top of the list / Clearly felt bottlenecks set to fuel the upward trend in April
08.04.2021
POLYMER PRICES
Russia February 2021: Notations explode in all key segments
12.03.2021
POLYMER PRICES
Russia January 2021: Price increases in all segments / Highest rises for PVC and PET / Clearly noticeable bottlenecks in places set to fuel upward trend even further in February
09.02.2021
POLYMER PRICES
Russia December 2020: Notations rise for almost all polymer types / Domestic prices at export level / Further increases likely for January
08.01.2021
POLYMER PRICES
Russia November 2020: Increases for all polymer types / Ethylene shortage causing isolated supply bottlenecks / Exports increasing / Further price rises likely in December
08.12.2020
POLYMER PRICES
Russia October 2020: Some LDPE and HDPE materials show significant reductions / Global PVC supply bottlenecks lift prices / Trends expected to continue in November
10.11.2020
POLYMER PRICES
Russia September 2020: Price increases across all segments / Record notations for polystyrene
09.10.2020
POLYMER PRICES
Russia August 2020: Polyethylene availability very low / Simultaneous outages and maintenance on plants at four producers / Notations set to continue upward trend in September
10.09.2020
POLYMER PRICES
Russia July 2020: Notations rising in all segments / Only PET with notable reductions still
10.08.2020
POLYMER PRICES
Russia June 2020: Notations rise moderately for PE, PP and PVC / PET grades at record low due to continued restrictions / Price increases for PVC expected in July
09.07.2020
POLYMER PRICES
Russia May 2020: Marked reductions in all segments / LDPE and PVC hardest hit / Price increases not in sight as yet / End of PET downtrend in June will depend on weather
12.06.2020
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Notes on these reports
In order to enable our readers to be better able to make comparisons between rouble-based notations and their translation into euro, PIE has expanded its price table for the Russia price report.
In addition to the absolute value in rouble, the table now also includes the absolute change in rouble to the preceding month. The columns on the change in rouble in terms of percentage, the absolute euro value and the absolute change in euro remain as is.

As is the case in China, PIE’s Russian polymer prices are also based on trade offers, which are weighted and analysed by a reliable Russian partner. PIE complements this with the relevant currency fluctuations. The market structure is a little more diffuse than in China or the traditional industrial regions where long-term contracts are the norm. As a result, there is a stronger tendency towards periodic fluctuations.
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