According to the monitoring data of the business agency, from June 24 to July 1, the average market price of cyclohexanone in China fell first from 10983 yuan / ton and then rose to 11016 yuan / ton, with an increase of 0.30% in the week, and the price fell by 5.11% month on month, with a year-on-year increase of 4.52%.
This week, domestic cyclohexanone fell first and then rose, and the market rebounded in a narrow range. The raw material pure benzene fluctuates at a high level, and the cost is relatively stable. In the early stage, the pressure of cyclohexanone shipment was too high, and the price kept falling. With the restart of the downstream Lunan caprolactam plant, the self use of cyclohexanone increased, and the supply of commodities decreased. The downstream chemical fiber just needed to follow up. Coupled with the loss of cyclohexanone, cyclohexanone stopped falling and rebounded.
Summary of domestic cyclohexanone market as of July 1:
region ., Price
East China, 11300-11400 yuan / ton cash delivery
South China, 11600-11800 yuan / ton cash delivery
Shandong region, 11000-11100 yuan / ton cash delivery
Raw material pure benzene: the price of pure benzene rises first and then falls. Crude oil rose continuously, and the market price rose driven by the demand for short supply at the end of the month. With the downward impact of bulk commodities and styrene, the market mentality has weakened and the center of gravity has weakened.
Downstream caprolactam: the spot price of caprolactam fell. In terms of supply, the chemical plant in Lunan was restarted, and the overall operation in the North remained at a high level. The spot supply of caprolactam was sufficient, while the downstream demand continued to be weak, and the caprolactam market fell under pressure.
In the short term, pure benzene is operating at a high level, the cost support is still stable, and cyclohexanone has lost money, and the demand may increase. Cyclohexanone analysts of business society predict that the short-term cyclohexanone market is expected to continue to rise in a narrow range.