Home Tags Goodyear

Tag: Goodyear

US stocks join global selloff on rate-hike fears

NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks fell early Wednesday, joining a global stock selloff on worries about rising interest rates.The retreat continued the trend from...

Raw material prices still volatile

WASHINGTON—Volatility in raw materials prices for tires and rubber goods has moderated since last year, but is far from gone, according to manufacturers and...

Synthetic rubber producer Arlanxeo proposes tire sealant material

HANNOVER, Germany — Synthetic rubber producer Arlanxeo Performance Elastomers has developed an elastomer compound that it claims seals punctures, making it ideal for use...

TOCOM rubber posts lowest close in nearly 2 weeks as Shanghai...

TOKYO (Oct 30): Benchmark Tokyo rubber futures fell 2.4% to their lowest settlement in nearly two weeks on Monday, erasing early gains on weak...

SR industry struggling with oversupply

AKRON — The global synthetic rubber market is one where overly optimistic expectations have put the sector in a difficult position. When things were good,...

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...

Rubber rankings top 6 unchanged, but sales slide

The top echelon of the North American rubber product manufacturing industry stayed intact during 2016, with the top six firms holding the same spots...

Vietnam: Shortage of local raw rubber material

Although Viet Nam is the world’s third largest exporter of natural rubber, businesses still have to import rubber raw material to meet the demand...

GM developing sustainable natural tyre rubber

General Motors (GM) has announced it is looking to develop sustainable natural rubber for tyres, in an effort to reduce the environmental impact of...

Supply and demand of neutral bearish rubber fell sharply

Quotes review March, natural rubber continued unilateral decline in the trend continued to continue unilateral decline, and continue to hit a new low, but then...