TOCOM rubber ends lower on weak Shanghai futures


TOKYO (Nov 27): Benchmark futures ended lower on Monday, coming under pressure from a late tumble in Shanghai futures, brokers said.

Tokyo Commodity Exchange () futures, which set the tone for in Southeast Asia, tend to follow Shanghai for direction.

The Tokyo Commodity Exchange contract for new May delivery debuted at 196.9 yen on Monday, and finished down 0.9 yen at 196 yen per kg. Earlier in the session, hit 197.2 yen, the highest since Nov. 15.

The most-active on the for January delivery touched a near two-week high earlier, but tumbled before the close to finish at 13,410 yuan ($2,030) per tonne, down 390 yuan.

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The front-month rubber contract on ’s exchange for December delivery last traded at 138.60 US cents per kg, down 3.3 cents.

(US$1 = 6.6051 Chinese yuan)


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