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SunSirs: The Price of Potassium Chloride Stabilized. Last Week (September 16-20)

September 24 2019 13:56:59     SunSirs (John)

Price trend

According to the price monitoring of SunSirs, the comprehensive price of potassium chloride was stable in last week. Last week, the average price of potassium chloride mainstream comprehensive quotation was 223.00 RMB/ton, which was down 1.62% year-on-year. Overall, the market for potassium chloride was stable last week and the commodity index of potassium chloride was at 70.79 on September 20.

Analysis review

Products: Last week, the quotation of the main potassium chloride manufacturers was temporarily stable: Qinghai Salt Lake potassium chloride factory quotation for the weekend was 2200 RMB/ton, compared with the beginning of the week, the quotation was temporarily stable; Anhui Badou potassium chloride weekend distribution quotation was 2260 RMB/ton, the quotation is temporarily stable. This week, the actual turnover of potassium chloride market was not good. On the whole, the main contradiction in the market was that supply exceeded demand, the trading atmosphere was cold, downstream purchasing was just in demand, the overall inventory was low, the purchasing market momentum was low, and the domestic market of potassium chloride was stable.

Market outlook

In late September, the overall trend of the potassium chloride market or the low level consolidation was dominant. After the adjustment in August, the funds returned by the factories were in good condition, the equipment was overhauled, and the production capacity increased. However, the market for potassium chloride is currently facing the oppression of three mountains, namely, large deposits, weak demand and falling international prices. Therefore, the main contradiction in the current market is that supply exceeds demand. KCl analysts in SunSirs believe that the potassium chloride market will be dominated by low-level consolidation affected by supply and demand and raw materials in short-term.

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