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Japan rubber stocks fall from 6-yr high, first fall in 3 months

April 22 (Reuters) – Crude rubber inventories at Japanese ports fell in the 10 days to April 10 to 15,668 tonnes after peaking at a six-year high in the previous 10-day period, marking the first fall in three months, data from the Rubber Trade Association of Japan showed.

Inventories last declined in the first 10 days to Jan. 10 this year, during which inventories fell 202 tonnes to 6,934 tonnes.

Following are details of the association’s data (in tonnes):

Type

 Apr 10

Mar 31

Mar 20

Mar 10

Feb 28

Feb 20

Crude rubber

15,668

15,799

14,802

12,553

11,303

10,942

Natural Latex

 308

367

 329

 365

429

 407

Synthetic*

 1,347

1,499

 1,516

 1,621

 1,616

1,598

Synthetic  Latices**

23

23

23 23

23

 23

Notes: *Solid **D.R.C

(Reporting by Risa Maeda; Editing by Bijoy Koyitty)

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