Weekly Market Update: January 15-19, 2018

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Jan spot trades as high as 29.25cpp
More than 20 new trades last week
US prices remain lowest in the world

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US Jan benzene gains 7cpg, up to $3.17/gal
US benzene on par with Asia, just below Europe

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Spot Jan PGP trades up to 68.5cpp
US PGP highest price in the world

Spot Jan RGP trades steady at 40cpp

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PP prices transitioned higher this week

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Prices higher among tight spot availability

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Prime direct market prices holding steady for Jan

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Crude Oil

Slightly lower this week
Tuesday: $63.73/bbl
Friday: $63.37/bbl
(Feb NYMEX WTI Crude)

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Natural Gas

Slightly higher this week
Tuesday: $3.129/mmBtu
Friday: $3.185/mmBtu
(Feb NYMEX Natural Gas)

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