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[Geofin Comtrade] Daily report on Natural Rubber: June 14, 2016


Sentiments stayed feeble in the major overseas natural rubber market. On Tuesday, TOCOM and SHFE rubber futures resumed declining. November rubber futures on TOCOM pared initial gains and inched down, shedding more than 1.5 per cent, weighed down by falling crude oil prices and on strong yen.

In the Indian markets on Monday, RSS4 in the spot market traded rather steady while NMCE rubber futures slumped over two percent. Limited arrival to the market continued lending firm support to prices though lackluster demand weighed on.


According to the Rubber Board, natural rubber production in India declined 2.5 per cent on year-on-year basis in April to 39000 tonnes.

Malaysian government announces RM500 cash aid for rubber smallholders and rubber tappers.

The Rubber Board has started a Call Centre at its Head Office to work as a centralized contact centre for receiving to telephone calls from the public seeking information about the services of the Board and also technical advice regarding cultivation, production, processing etc. of rubber.

 Rubber imports by China declined six per cent in May to 470000 tonnes compared to a month earlier.

Global natural rubber output could rise just 0.3 percent in 2016 from a year ago as drop in yields are seen offsetting expansion in the tapping area, the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries (ANRPC) said in a statement. Production from the ANRPC members, which together account for about 92 percent of global output, could rise to 11.07 million tonnes in 2016 from 11.04 million tonnes a year ago, Sheela Thomas, secretary-general of the ANRPC said.

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