AKRON, OHIO (Nov. 8, 3:10 p.m. ET) — Average North American selling prices for polypropylene and suspension PVC resin each bumped up 2 cents per pound in October. The 2-cent PP move means that prices now are up a total of 3 cents per pound in September and October combined. For PVC, the increase marks the second in as many months, following a 3-cent hike that took hold in September.
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