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[Geojit Comtrade] Daily report on Natural Rubber: March 12, 2013

MARKET COMMENTARY The trend was mixed in the local natural rubber market on Monday. RSS4 in the physical market held firm near its two month...

Rubber Declines First Day in Six on Concern Demand May Weaken

Rubber retreated for the first time in six days as inventories in China and Japan advanced, raising concern that demand will slow for the commodity used for tires...

China Passenger-Vehicle Sales Top Estimates on Ford, Hyundai

China’s passenger-vehicle market had its strongest start since 2010, indicating auto demand is thriving relative to other industries at a time when broader indicators...

Lack of confidence in the market, Shanghai rubber fell again

The Thursday Hujiao continue to sell, stock market slump dragged down commodities, the eve of the major central banks Yee Lee, the lack of...

Car makers warn of weak European market for years

Reuters - Car sales in Europe are at the low end of expectations and the market is likely to remain shaky for at least...

Light truck sales keep climbing

Sales of light truck models in the U.S. – from pickups to vans – remained strong in February, mirroring an overall continuation of a...

Argentine Car Sales Rose 5% in February From Year Earlier

Argentine vehicle sales rose 5 percent in February from a year earlier to 61,107 units, the country’s car dealers association said in an e-mailed...

In China, rubber-for-loans bet at risk from economy, car sales

Reuters - Chinese investors have been piling up rubber as collateral for financing, recently driving prices to 10-month highs, in what could be a...

Pirelli to pump $200m into Chinese plant

Investment by tire giant to make Shandong facility its largest Pirelli & C SpA, the Italian tire giant, is planning a $200 million investment to...

[Geojit Comtrade] Daily report on Natural Rubber: February 22, 2013

MARKET COMMENTARY Indian natural rubber market which was already reeling under pressure due to muted demand and fall in consumption, steep declines in the overseas...