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[SMM analysis] the price of low-grade silicon temporarily stabilized and the price of high-grade silicon made up and decreased.
Jul 26,2019 18:27CST
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This week, the price of low-grade silicon such as oxygen 553 # and oxygen 553 # is basically stable, while metallurgical grade high grade and chemical grade silicon maintain a slow downward trend.
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SMM7 26th news: this week oxygen 553 #, oxygen 553 # and other low-grade silicon prices are basically stable, while metallurgical grade high-grade and chemical grade silicon maintain a slow decline trend. Low-grade silicon stopped falling mainly due to the rebound in trading volume, domestic and foreign trade centralized procurement support silicon prices stabilized at the end of the month. And metallurgical grade high-grade silicon because downstream consumption is not improved transactions are relatively light, prices remain negative.

The transaction price of chemical grade silicon is quite different, some of the long single prices directly supplied downstream are higher, while the source prices of the other parts consumed through traders and mills are lower, and the price difference of 421 # silicon per ton is nearly 1000 yuan. In the near future, downstream monthly procurement such as silicone will begin. Based on the downstream start-up arrangements and actual supply in August, we believe that specifications such as 421 # and 411 # of chemical grade silicon will be reduced, and the price difference between chemical grade silicon 421 # and other metallurgical grade specifications will be narrowed.

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