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  1. Remarkable housing market recovery

    have contributed to the market's stability. However, there are still uncertainties regarding future interest rate hikes and the potential for price declines. Overall, while the short-term outlook is mixed, the housing market's recovery has been...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Construction
  2. Cement and clinker trade prices edge up in January

    "In the beginning of 2019, cement export prices in the region are slightly increasing as major market players try to cover hikes in production costs. Currency depreciation is also bringing some pressure to cement pricesÔÇØ, notes Ana Almeida, CW Group's...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: CW Research News
  3. Persian Gulf-Arabian Sea cement and clinker trade prices remain flat in January

    recovering in the beginning of the year for exporters in the region. Inflation and higher production costs underpin such hikes." * CW Research's January update to the Persian Gulf ÔÇô Arabian Sea and East Africa Cement and Clinker price assessment...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Price Assessment Updates
  4. Med Basin cement and clinker trade prices edge up in January

    "In the beginning of 2019, export cement prices in the region are slightly increasing as major market players try to cover hikes in production costs. Currency depreciation is also bringing some pressure to cement prices." * CW Research's January update...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Price Assessment Updates
  5. Nepalese cement demand to surpass 10 million tons by 2023

    after the devastating earthquakeof 2015, little progress has been made in terms of housing reconstruction, as the price hikes in the wake of the earthquake have left little options for the government and for homeowners. A splintered and sought-after...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: CW Research News
  6. Paper production boosted by rising demand in November

    momentum regarding pulp pricing. On the other hand, in Europe, non-integrated mills could be pressured by ongoing pulp price hikes.ÔÇØ Paper production improves in Europe and Japan; Brazilian pulp output on the rise In Western Europe, paper and carton...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: CW Research News
  7. MexicoÔÇÖs Cemex boosts cement prices

    by MXN 217 plus VAT, while for bulk cement it will be around MXN 160. Cemex had announced that it has planned two price hikes in 2016 (one in Jan and one in July), without specifying the amount. However, the company set the price for bagged cement in...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  8. SwedenÔÇÖs Stora Enso hike sawlog prices

    Stora Enso hikes prices in strategic move (CW Group) Finland-based Stora Enso, a major player in the wood and biomass products market, has incresed sawlog prices internationally, reports HS. It is expected that the hike in price will gain pulpwood for...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Europe & Central Asia
  9. India: ACC revenue expected to decline in Q3

    5.6 million tons from 5.7 million tons on account of seasonal overhang and new entrants in the market. Increased price hikes in North India, which offset by declines in Maharashtra, East India and South India may impact the realization of revenues....

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Financial
  10. India-based UltraTech Cement expected to post increased income in Q2

    to increase by 7 percent to reach INR 877.4 crore on an annual basis. Realizations are expected to be lower due to price hikes in North India offsetting by declines in Maharashtra, East and South regions of India. Copyright CW Group. All rights...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Financial
  11. Portucel increases its paper products prices in Europe

    made the company unsustainable. Many paper producers like Sappi, Lecta, and Mitsubishi  HiTec Paper have announced price hikes on various product ranges. Copyright CW Group. All rights reserved. Unauthorized distribution expressly prohibited.

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Europe & Central Asia
  12. Meeting called to discuss the rise of price of cement in Egypt

    content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] A meeting o discuss the cement price hikes will be held next week. The meeting will be held with Division of Building Materials in the Cairo Chamber of Commerce, reports...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  13. Australian paper suppliers to raise prices

    higher costs. Merchants are concerned about getting printers to go along with the price increases, with the past couple of hikes not fully implemented as a struggling industry resists further cost pressure. Copyright CW Group. All rights reserved....

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Australasia
  14. High cement prices in Egypt

    to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}]According to EgyptÔÇÖs Ministry of Supply and Internal Trade, continuing cement price hikes, as well as the national crisis of fuel required for cement plants, could damage the economy and contribute to high inflation...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  15. Tough year for north Indian cement market in FY16

    demand deteriorating significantly in the last one year due to poor rainfall, low subsidies, wage growth and paltry MSP hikes. Copyright CW Group. All rights reserved. Unauthorized distribution expressly prohibited.  

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  16. Cement prices in India could increase due to mining costs hike

    that require coal as fuel for manufacturing, reports Money Control. The Indian cement industry could therefore see prices hikes in the future. According to Jamshed Naval Cooper, CEO & MD, Heidelbergcement India, any hike coal prices would definitely be...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  17. Domtar hikes softwood pulp prices

    to announce a March 1 price increase for North America. In February, some BSKP producers announced $10/tonne March 1 price hikes for China. Domtar manufactures market pulp at mills in Canada and the US, including NBSK, SBSK, southern bleached hardwood...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: North America
  18. Cement makers in India reverse price increases

    Cement Ltd. Cement manufactures in North India, and also in eastern, central and western markets, have rolled back price hikes announced in January. ÔÇ£High cement prices in January-May period helps to make up for the slump expected with the onset of...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  19. Lafarge Surma Cement suspected of dodgy dealings in Bangladesh

    multinational Lafarge Surma Cement on suspicion of dodgy dealings, reports 4-Traders. During a public hearing on gas tariff hikes last week, different stakeholders alleged the government had signed the deal giving additional benefits, on top of those on...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  20. IndiaÔÇÖs Shree Cement reports DecemberÔÇÖ14 quarter performance

    in December. The prices thereby made up for the losses in Northern region by January. While South has also seen price hikes in anticipation of demand recovery, demand growth in relation to excess capacities is still a cause of concern. The prospects of...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Financial

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