There was more activity on the market this week, with the paper sector in particular appearing to be getting stronger week-by-week.
While plastics and metal prices were largely stable, there was some movement upwards for paper grades. The PRN market also saw some changes following the publication of the quarterly data last week.
In some respects, the stronger PRN values for paper and plastics helped to provide a little extra support to the physical price, while wood PRN values have also increased sharply.
Looking at macro-economic conditions, the situation in Syria and the potential for OPEC to . . .
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