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Price Reports Russia
POLYMER PRICES
Russia January 2020: Further reductions in all segments except PVC / Slight trend towards oversupply for PE and PP / Demand short of expectations / Increases possible for PS and PVC in February
13.02.2020
POLYMER PRICES
Russia December 2019: Polyolefin notations at lowest levels for the year / Demand very weak in part / PE injection moulding grades and standard PS materials hold their ground / Virtually no recovery in January
16.01.2020
POLYMER PRICES
Russia November 2019: Slumps for many grades / Mostly very low demand / PET, PP and PS show more resilience in some areas / Further declines expected in December
18.12.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Russia October 2019: Prices slipping across the board / PET and PE drop significantly
11.11.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Russia September 2019: Market remains subdued / Polyolefins largely stable / PVC and PET give way
09.10.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Russia August 2019: Polyolefins firmer in roubles / PET falling / Rollovers across the board in September
06.09.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Russia July 2019: Prices on the decline due to weak demand / August should witness stabilisation
08.08.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Russia June 2019: Demand still sluggish / Slump in prices / PVC driven solely by demand from construction sector / Stabilisation the target for July
09.07.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Russia May 2019: Overall market still quite weak / Only PVC shows slight upward movement
13.06.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Russia April 2019: Continuing subdued demand results in largely stagnating notations / No substantial change in sight
13.05.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Russia March 2019: Polyolefins give way / Otherwise moderate increases / Prices rising in April
08.04.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Russia February 2019: Polyolefins generally giving way / Demand remains rather weak
08.03.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Russia January 2019: Polymer markets dormant / Predominantly sideways movement in February
11.02.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Russia December 2018: Market remains weak / Prices falling across the board / Stabilisation in January
10.01.2019
POLYMER PRICES
Russia November 2018: Market shifts down a gear / Demand significantly more subdued
11.12.2018
POLYMER PRICES
Russia October 2018: Prices stagnate for most standard thermoplastics / PS trends upward / PET slumps with declining demand
15.11.2018
POLYMER PRICES
Russia September 2018: Upward trend continuing / PE particularly hard hit / No relief in sight
10.10.2018
POLYMER PRICES
Russia August 2018: Further upward movement / Rouble decline slows imports / PET in short supply / Hikes in September
11.09.2018
POLYMER PRICES
Russia July 2018: Upswing dominates market / PET prices in downward turnaround
08.08.2018
POLYMER PRICES
Russia June 2018: PET still climbing / Upward pressure continuing overall / Almost double-digit percentage increase in PP pipe grades / Substantial hikes for PS too / No summer lull in sight so far
09.07.2018
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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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