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[Geojit Comtrade] Daily report on Natural Rubber: October 9, 2013

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MARKET COMMENTARY Riding firm, RSS4 in the physical market moved further away from the five month low hit last week. The grade edged further higher...

Rubber Glut Shrinking as Car Sales Expand to Record

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Monsoon rains that drenched rubber plantations across India and Malaysia are diminishing a glut of supply for the first time in three years, just as record...

Second year of falling car sales on tap for India

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Reuters - Car sales in India have fallen 4.7 percent in the first six months of the fiscal year, the sharpest decline in half-year...

Rubber import rose 208% in September

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On account of the decent price advantage in the global market natural rubber import shot up a whopping  208% in September at 45,581 tones, according to the latest data of the...

US stocks fall as budget fight continues

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US stocks Monday finished lower as a partial US government shutdown entered its second week with no sign of resolution. The Dow Jones Industrial Average...

11 countries to attend world rubber conference in Sri Lanka

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China will be among the 11 countries that will attend a crucial rubber conference in Sri Lanka this week, which will decide the future...

Vietnam’s Rubber Exports To Fetch US$4.5 Billion This Year

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HANOI, Oct 7 (Bernama) -- The rubber industry expects to bring in US$4.5 billion in export to Vietnam this year, according to Tran Thi...

World Bank cuts China, East Asia growth forecasts

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By Kevin Lim SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The World Bank lowered its 2013 and 2014 economic growth forecasts for China and most of developing East Asia...

Asian shares slip as US lawmakers dig in over shutdown

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Asian stocks fell on Monday as traders grow nervous at the lack of movement in Washington on ending the US government shutdown while a...

Oil prices down on US debt ceiling concerns

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Oil prices edged lower in Asian trade Monday on growing concerns the US budget crisis could spiral into a devastating debt default and ravage...