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Tokyo commodity exchange adds another rubber listing

TOKYO -- The Tokyo Commodity Exchange on Tuesday listed a second natural rubber product in an effort to lure Chinese and Southeast Asian traders...

TOCOM rubber seeks to reverse losses through new power, rubber contracts...

TOKYO (Oct 4): The Tokyo Commodity Exchange (TOCOM) may start trading of its electric power futures contract as early as January, part of an...

Input shortage may hit small, medium-sized rubber units

Flood-hit producers bracing for 25% crop loss Tough times:Large units may import synthetic rubber to tide over input shortage, says Vikram Makar. Ritu Raj Konwar The...

Malaysian rubber glove industry expects revenue of RM18.8bil in 2018

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's rubber glove industry expects to generate revenue of RM18.8 billion this year, up from RM16.2 billion in 2017, due to robust...

Michelin bids to acquire all shares in SIPH

Paris – Groupe Michelin has filed a public tender offer in France to acquire 1,042,324 shares in natural rubber producer Société Internationale de Plantations...

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...

Malaysia: Better prospects seen for rubber industry

KUALA LUMPUR: The natural rubber (NR) shortage and the recovery in the global economy have brightened prospects for the industry this year and these...

Malaysia: Rubber Market Likely To See Bargain Hunting next week

KUALA LUMPUR -- The Malaysian rubber market is expected to see bargain hunting in rubber futures trading next week following the recent drop in...

Rubber looks set for a bounce on Thai floods

Weeks of floods in the world's largest natural rubber producer Thailand are expected to boost the price of a commodity that is vital to...

Analysis: Rubber prices still south-facing

London – Just over a month ago we wrote that spring had rather quickly come and gone for natural rubber markets as price-gains made...