In the last week, the limited decline of the trading volume of polymers, along with a decrease in demand, led to a slight reduction of attempts to buy and compete on the commodity exchange. However, regarding the purchase restriction on some Behinyab codes and falling prices in the domestic market, polymer market responses to USD price fluctuations were not as strong as those of other commodity exchanges due to the high stocks of the last few weeks.
The decline of the supply and demand of polymers at the commodity exchange in a half-closed week led to a decrease in the volume of polymers in the commodity stocks to the lowest number in the last ten weeks, only hoping to compensate for the week ahead, although the market is still resisting the drop in prices. We will have to wait and see what the basic prices for the market will bring for the coming week.
The drop in the volume of transactions, as mentioned last week, supported the trading volume of polymers and even recorded limited transactions. Last week's signals still play a role in the power market, but in a half-week, expectations may not meet. Maybe.