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2022-07-29
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Some petrochemicals or follow-up behaviors are mainly weak consolidation in PE market

as the nuclear negotiations between countries around the world and Iran have not made significant progress, and the conflict in Nigeria has triggered investors' concerns about crude oil supply. At the close of trading on Monday (April 8), the New York Mercantile Exchange light crude oil futures for may 2013 were $93.36 per barrel, up $0.66, and the London Intercontinental Exchange Brent futures for may 2013 were $104.66 per barrel, up $0.54. LLDPE: yesterday, l1309 was lower and higher, and the intraday volume was increased, which showed that there was a certain desire to stop the decline in the short term. The international crude oil in New York closed up slightly overnight, but the current spot market still maintained a downward trend. It is expected that today's linear futures price or range volatility will prevail. Demand: in the second quarter of the "1025" period, the orders of downstream factories will be gradually reduced, and the unit load will also be gradually reduced. Although there is still a certain demand for plastic film, the raw material market remains weak. With the rapid development of the automotive industry, especially new energy vehicles, the polarity of its procurement is not high, and the market demand is weak. In the market, the ex factory prices of some petrochemicals were lowered yesterday (mainly linear), and now some linear ex factory prices are adjusted to yuan/ton. The sales companies with slightly higher prices may fall today, and the low-pressure prices are slightly stronger. At present, the PE market is full of bad news, the petrochemical price is loose, and the demand is gradually weakening. Multiple bad news has increased the wait-and-see sentiment in the market. It is expected that today's PE market will be dominated by weak shocks. Attention is paid to the petrochemical policy

as the nuclear negotiations between the world and Iran have not made significant progress, and the conflict in Nigeria has triggered investors' concern about the supply of crude oil. At the close of trading on Monday (April 8), the New York Mercantile Exchange light crude oil futures for may 2013 were $93.36 a barrel, up $0.66, and the London Intercontinental Exchange Brent futures for may 2013 were $104.66 a barrel, up $0.54, such as the joints, flanges and seals of various parts

lldpe: yesterday, l1309 was lower and higher, and the intraday volume was increased, indicating that there was a certain desire to stop the decline in the short term. The international crude oil in New York closed up slightly overnight, but the current spot market still maintained a downward trend. It is expected that today's linear futures price or range volatility will prevail

demand: in the second quarter, the orders of downstream factories will be gradually reduced, and the unit load will also be gradually reduced. Although there is still a certain demand for mulching film, the raw material market remains weak, its purchasing enthusiasm is not high, and the market demand is weak

Market: yesterday, some petrochemical ex factory prices were lowered (mainly linear), and now some linear ex factory prices are adjusted to yuan/ton. Sales companies with slightly higher prices may follow suit today, and the low-pressure prices are slightly firm. The current PE market is full of bad news, and the petrochemical price is 3 Is there any twists and turns, deformation and looseness in the swing rod, and the demand is gradually becoming weak. Multiple bad news has increased the wait-and-see mood in the market. It is expected that today's PE market will be dominated by weak shocks, and attention will be paid to the petrochemical policy

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