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Industry Price Indexes

Adjust Commodities Prices Over Time in Several World Regions

Based on its online database encompassing monthly prices for 218 commodities, across more than 20 countries, Intratec has created unique, transaction-weighted indexes for estimating prices for commodities in several world regions.

Our Industry Price Indexes enable adjust commodities prices of several Industries sectors from one time period to another, in several world regions.

Industry Price Indexes subscriptions start at USD 249 per year - see available subscription plans!

Check below Industry Price Indexes and all its features.

Price Indexes for 5 Industries

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Easily update prices of Plastics, Rubbers, Inorganics, Fertilizers, Petrochemicals and Base Metals (coming soon)

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13-Year Prices History

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Find out the latest prices of commodities using prices as old as 2007!

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Indexes for 7 World Regions

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Discover up-to-date prices in several countries worldwide!

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Price Estimation Tool

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Access an online tool for calculating up-to-date prices of the commodities of your interest!

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Insightful Data Views

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Identify monthly and yearly commodities’ price trends in major industries.

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Download Charts & Data

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Download chart data (PDF, Excel, CSV) and chart images (PNG, JPG)!

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Plastics

7 World Regions Covered

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Rubbers

7 World Regions Covered

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Inorganic Chemicals

7 World Regions covered

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Fertilizers

7 World Regions Covered

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Petrochemicals

6 World Regions Covered

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Metals

7 World Regions Covered

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Compare & Choose the Right Plan for You

STANDARD

$ 249 /year

Plan Features:

All Industry Price Indexes

Latest Indexes, Updated Monthly

Indexes since 2007

7 World Regions Covered

See Online Charts

See Data Tables as Online PDF


 Share With Co-workers (same country)

 


PRO

$ 499 /year

All Standard Features Plus:

Get Access to the Price Estimation Tool

Download Data Tables as Non-Printable PDF

Download Chart Image as JPG

 

 

 


 Share With Co-workers (worldwide)

 


BUSINESS

$ 699 /year

All Pro Features Plus:

Download Data Tables as Excel File

Download Data Tables as Printable PDF

Get 2 Additional Users (Same Company)

Receive Data in Excel Format via Email

 

 


 Share with Co-workers & Third-Parties (worldwide)

 Premium Support

  • Obtain answers to your questions from our experts! Responses via email in 3 business days.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I do a free trial of a paid plan for Industry Price Indexes?

Kindly note that anyone interested in our Industry Price Indexes has access to a variety of free samples. For every index in our database, we offer a 24-month historical series as an example.

We do not offer free trial subscription plans; we believe that those who are interested in Industry Price Indexes are able to decide whether to subscribe by checking the available free samples.

How can I use a industry price index?

Intratec's Industry Price Indexes enable adjust commodities prices of several Industries sectors from one time period to another, in several world regions.

To update the price of a commodity from Period A to Period B, in a given region, you just have to multiply period A's commodity price by the ratio of period B's index over period A's index in that region, as expressed in the equation below:

Commodity Price at B = Commodity Price at A * (Commodity Index at B) / (Commodity Index at A).

I am actually interested in commodity prices, not in price indexes....can you also provide price data?

Yes! Intratec offers online, multifunctional databases of commodities prices in several countries, including historical series and forecasts

Prices are presented in a user-friendly graphing tool, which provides a range of functionalities: configuration of prices series over user-defined time periods; comparison of product movements across countries; customization of price currencies and units; download of prices as Excel files to be used offline.

Intratec's price databases are available in subscriptions , starting at 249 per year.

How often is the data presented in this database refreshed? And when is the data updated?

All indexes presented are refreshed on a monthly basis, as new information is obtained. However, it is important to highlight that the frequency which specific regional data is actually updated depends on how often official sources from countries from those regions report that data.

In this context, by the end of each month ― typically in the second or third week ― the Intratec team updates Industry Price Indexes.

How are the commodity price indexes presented calculated?

Each index is a transaction volume-weighted average of major commodities prices over time, related to the respective sector (plastics, rubbers, inorganic chemicals, fertilizers and petrochemicals). For instance, a Petrochemical Price Index presented for a given region is calculated from prices of major petrochemicals in countries belonging to that region.

The price data used by Intratec for calculating the indexes, in turn, is from Intratec's online, multifunctional databases, which are also available in subscriptions .

Do you offer monthly subscriptions?

Actually not - kindly note that all subscriptions offered by Intratec are charged on an annual basis.

How many users are allowed under the subscription?

The number of users (logins) allowed is according to the subscription plan of the subscriber. Subscribers of Standard and Pro plans have only one login to access the data. Subscribers of Business plans can have up to three users (logins) to access the data.

It is worth to highlight that only corporate emails, from the same company and with the same domain, can be used for logins in Business subscriptions. Free emails (domains such as Gmail, Yahoo, etc) cannot be used for logins under a Business subscription.

The data I need is not covered in your database - what should I do?

If you cannot find the data of your interest in none of Intratec databases, you may submit this request form . In this case, our experts may work to provide exactly the data you need. They will provide you with a quotation for this the data you need in no more than 2 business days. Of course, since this is a customized data analysis, not available in our regular database, this quotation shall be higher than our regular subscription fees.

How do I cancel my subscription and what happens if I do?

Our customers are entitled to cancel subscription plans at any time. Once you cancel your subscription, you will continue to have access to your subscription plan data until the end of your current billing period.

To cancel a subscription, you should follow the steps below:

  • Login at www.intratec.us with your email and password (top-menu)
  • Once logged on, you must click on "Go to User Area" (top-menu)
  • In the User Area, hover the mouse over “Account” (top-menu) and click on "Subscriptions"
  • Then, you should see a list of all of your subscriptions on our website - just click on the cancel link of the plan you are willing to cancel.

The Intratec team will proceess your cancellation within 2 business days. Upon cancellation, an email will be sent confirming that the recurring billing is interrupted.

Please note that refunds related to Intratec Indexes & Pricing Data subscriptions are not provided.

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