Last Week’s Polymers Deals Showed Increased Supplies, Lower Demands

Last Week’s Polymers Deals Showed Increased Supplies, Lower Demands

{This news/analysis is only open to paid members}: During last week (Feb. 17th-23rd- the Iranian days of market opening) the IME hall registered the following long list of supplies, demands, trading volumes. The result was depressing as the market faced with the very modest trading at the 11 month of the Iranian calendar, normally very good for businesses by converting units.

Warehouse Stocking Resulted in Lower Demands and Trade Volumes

Warehouse Stocking Resulted in Lower Demands and Trade Volumes

{This news & Analysis, tables of trade volumes polymer by polymer is only accessible for the paid subscribers] The average purchases of more than 40k (44.900 tons about 3800 tons more than previous week) of varioos polymers, during last week (Sat. 3rd- Thur. 8th. Feb.) in the Iran stock market was pumped into the market and factories, while prices have risen sharply week by week.

Shrinking Demands Due to Increasing Polymer Prices in Iran

Shrinking Demands Due to Increasing Polymer Prices in Iran

{This news and analysis is only open to the paid subscribers} During last trading week (starting Saturdays and ending Thursdays: Sat. Jan. 27th- Thur. Feb. 1st) the total demands shrunk by -16.800 tons reaching to 103.000 tons, and total trade volume shrunk by -8.100 tons and reached to about 41.300 tons. Very low for such periods.

Complains Increases and Voices Louder by Iran Polymers Price Increase

Complains Increases and Voices Louder by Iran Polymers Price Increase

{This news and analysis is only open to the paid subscribers.} Today , when the top associations’ managers were gathered in an open to media meeting at the Association of PE Pipes & Fittings in central Teheran, to protest all the Iranian petrochemical system for weekly raising of polymer prices, at the north part of the snow melted city, the PDID office of NPC was thinking about another increase in the polymer prices.

A Week of Price Increase for Many Polymers in Iran

A Week of Price Increase for Many Polymers in Iran

{This news and analysis is only open to the paid subscribers. Those interested may register b clicking over the REGISTER button at the top right’s register box}: During the week starting (in Iran) on Sat. Jan 13th., 2018, and ending to Thur. 18th., Jan. 2018, many polymers faced with price increase. Our analysts believe that the main reason for such an incredible price rise would have been the expectations of the market for the value of foreign currencies. 

Production of Polymers Can’t be a  Privilege for Iranian Converters

Production of Polymers Can’t be a Privilege for Iranian Converters

{This article, price indexes and analysis are only open to the paid subscribers {pro-members} and those who are interested should register and pay for whatever that they wish to read in a complete format): The facts behind the figures show that the production of polymers in Iran can’t be considered as a privilege for the Iranian converters. The semi private Iranian petrochemicals that showed to be the private units in order to bypass the sanctions are now selling their products only on the basis of their own benefits and not on the basis of the Iranian converters’ need of being competitive with the neighbouring countries.

Iran’s Unrest had no Effect on Growth of Polymer Market

Iran’s Unrest had no Effect on Growth of Polymer Market

{This analysis is only open to the paid subscribers. To be a pro-member and read the whole story please refer to the top right hand side banner}: During this week (Dec. 30th, Jan. 4th.) though there were some unrest in some areas of Iran (not disclosed well) the trading of petrochemicals continued and was not diversely affected neither by the riot news nor by fast increasing the value of US$ exchange rate at the market.

Polymer Prices Decreased by US$ Devaluation in Iran

Polymer Prices Decreased by US$ Devaluation in Iran

{This article and analyisi is only open to the paid subscribers}: Today Sunday Dec. 24th, 2017, the PDID office of NPC announced the new base prices for polymers that should be purchased with a preferable price for those converters that have the “B-Code” and are eligible to participate at the IME bids. The short analysis is reported by the PIMI expert on Mercantile Exchange deals.