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Russia
POLYMER PRICES
Russia April 2018: Spring demand in full bloom / Prices moving upward / PET notations skyrocket
15.05.2018
POLYMER PRICES
Russia March 2018: Start of spring season drives prices / Continued upswing in April
10.04.2018
POLYMER PRICES
Russia February 2018: PE in decline / Prices otherwise firming slightly / PET climbs up to record high / Subdued demand overall / Hope for a revival in March
09.03.2018
POLYMER PRICES
Russia January 2018: Quiet month in terms of demand with little movement in most cases / PET still heading sharply upwards
12.02.2018
POLYMER PRICES
Russia December 2017: Polyolefins and PS stagnating / PVC plunges / Price hike for PET
10.01.2018
POLYMER PRICES
Russia November 2017: Notations falling / Only PP and PET showing slight upward movement / Stability in December
11.12.2017
POLYMER PRICES
Russia October 2017: Upward momentum of most notations fizzles out / Noticeable hikes only with PS and PVC
14.11.2017
POLYMER PRICES
Russia September 2017: Notations rising on a broad front / Short supply driving up prices
12.10.2017
POLYMER PRICES
Russia August 2017: Firming prices dominate picture / Further increases lined up for September
12.09.2017
POLYMER PRICES
Russia July 2017: Situation calming down / More expensive imports stabilise domestic notations
08.08.2017
POLYMER PRICES
Russia June 2017: Prices plunge across the board / Abundant supply meets weak demand
13.07.2017
POLYMER PRICES
Russia May 2017: Markdowns for all polymers / Significant reductions for polyolefins / Pronounced price corrections for PS
12.06.2017
POLYMER PRICES
Russia April 2017: Only marginal increases evident / PET surprisingly weak
11.05.2017
POLYMER PRICES
Russia March 2017: Beginning of spring prompting movement in the markets / PS rocketing / PVC and PET rising / PE and PP still mixed picture / Across-the-board upwards trend in April
18.04.2017
POLYMER PRICES
Russia February 2017: Significant rise in notations for PS and LDPE / PVC and PET stagnating / Continued price erosion for PE-HD and PP / Trends remain unchanged into March
09.03.2017
POLYMER PRICES
Russia January 2017: Market still largely in hibernation / Notations slowly crumbling / Only PVC rises slightly due to lack of imports / Little recognisable stimulus for change in February
10.02.2017
POLYMER PRICES
Russia December 2016: Few changes in overall price structure / Business slows down towards end of the year / LDPE, PVC and PET producers planning price campaigns / January outlook dominated by holidays
05.01.2017
POLYMER PRICES
Russia November 2016: Price cuts dominate the picture for most standard plastics / Only PS notations rise significantly / High PVC prices crumble more noticeably / HDPE now in surplus
01.12.2016
POLYMER PRICES
Russia October 2016: LDPE and PP buck the general downward trend / Ufaorgsintez ownership change partially responsible for gains / PVC takes a nosedive / November outlook for PET a mixed bag
02.11.2016
POLYMER PRICES
Russia September 2016: Poor demand results in across-the-board slide / HDPE and PS fall to yearly low / Slight dip for PP / End of main processing season responsible for PVC and PET declines
05.10.2016
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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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