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India: Tyre stocks rise as natural rubber prices fall

Tyre stocks were witnessing upward momentum on the bourses on Wednesday after rubber price in international markets fell to its lowest in two weeks....

India: Tyre stocks drop on firm rubber prices

Key benchmark indices languished in the negative terrain in afternoon trade. At 13:20 IST, the barometer index, the S&P BSE Sensex, was down 140.81...

India may impose anti-dumping duty on certain Chinese tyres

India may impose anti-dumping duty of up to $452.33 per tonne on a certain variety of Chinese pneumatic radial tyres to guard domestic players...

Soaring rubber price punctures profits at Apollo Tyres

Apollo Tyres’ consolidated revenue growth of 10% was hardly enough to cover the 33% run-up in rubber price (average for the quarter) from a...

Rubber price recedes, advantage tyres

The recent development of Chinese tyre imports shrinking from 455 containers in October to 155 in February is a blessing for domestic companies Photo: Mint After...

Bullish on tyre cos; see rubber prices falling to Rs 150/kg:...

Speaking to CNBC-TV18, Milak said though the decline in Chinese dumping along with fall in rubber will give a significant advantage for Indian companies,...

India: Rubber prices decline; sentimentally positive for tyre stocks

The domestic rubber prices have declined over 7% in the previous one month and is currently trading at Rs 150/kg. Internationally the rubber prices have...

Tyre companies heave a sigh of relief as rubber prices fall

Tyre manufacturers are heaving a sigh of relief due to the easing of domestic rubber prices of RSS4 category, which had touched its high...

Apollo Tyres’ revenue surges but margins skid as costs rise

For Apollo Tyres, rising raw material prices tempered the company’s profitability and the bigger concern is there is no sign of them cooling off  ...

Indian farmers to raise rubber tapping amid price rally

India's natural rubber output in 2017/18 is likely to jump 15 percent to its highest in four years at 750,000 tonnes as a spike...