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Global yarn output up 17%
Global yarn production increased by +17 per cent between Q4/18 and Q1/19. Higher output levels where observed in Asia (+18 per cent), Brazil (+18 per cent), the USA (+3.2 per cent) and Europe (+1.6 per cent).
Yarn production increased in Q2/18
Global yarn production increased by +5per cent between Q1/18 and Q2/18. Higher output where observed in Egypt (+1.4per cent), the U.S.A. (+3.2 per cent), South Africa (+3.3 per cent), and globally in Asia where the overall +5.7per cent increase was led by Chinese Taipei and Korea, Rep. (respective growth rates of +8.1per cent and +8.8).
Global yarn production increases in Q2/2017
The yarn output improved in Asia, Africa, and Brazil while it was stable in the USA and Europe. The global yarn production improved in Q2/2017. It increased in Asia, Europe, and Brazil and slightly declined in the USA.
Global fabric output declines in Q1/2017
The global yarn production improved in Q1/2017 quarter-on-quarter. Thereby, output in Asia, North America and South America improved, and it declined slightly in Europe.
Global yarn output up, fabric down in Q1/2016
The global yarn production increased in Q1/2016 quarter-on-quarter. Thereby, output in Asia and South America rose on a quarterly basis, while it decreased in Europe. On an annual basis, the global yarn production in Q1/2016 improved versus Q1/2015 with positive growth rates in Asia and Europe. Global yarn stocks fell in Q1/2016 quarter-on-quarter. Yarn stocks were reduced in Asia and South America, while they remained unchanged in the other regions. Year-on-year, global yarn stocks increased. Yarn orders in Europe and South America improved quarter-on-quarter and year-on-year.