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    2. Natural rubber prices are rising

      If youve read this column for any length of time, then you know I am obsessed with the fact that tires are agricultural products. Natural rubber is a key component in every tire, some more important than others. Without it, tires will not be able to perform at the same level. Im not a chemist or an engineer, so my knowledge of rubber compounding is rudimentary at best, but I ...
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    3. Thai rubber prices hit near three-year high on global demand

      Thai benchmark smoked rubber sheets (RSS3) began rallying in July and rose to the highest levels in nearly three years at 64.65 baht ($2.06) per kg last week. It has eased a little and was quoted at 61.25 baht per kg on Tuesday. Prices for the grade have usually hovered at levels under 50 baht per kg in past years. "Rubber prices increased from global demand, driven ...
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    4. ANRPC Releases Natural Rubber Trends & Statistics July 2020

      Prices of NR, both in the futures and physical markets, moved along a recovery path during July with the notable exception of latex market. Despite the growing concerns about a possible second wave of the pandemic and deteriorating US-China diplomatic relation, NR prices have the potential to continue moving along the marginal recovery path, in the short-term, supported by a host of factors which include the anticipated marginal improvement in ...
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    5. NR growth outlook falling on coronavirus-induced demand drop

      KUALA LUMPUR The growth in demand for and production of natural rubber is slipping, prompting the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries (ANRPC) to revise downward its 2020 global outlook for natural rubber. The association said it expects NR production to grow by 2.7% this year to 14.2 million metric tons, down from the []
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    6. Rubber long and short double washing rises unchanged

      The main reason for the stagnation of rubber prices is that the contradiction between supply and demand is not sharp enough to make prices soar. The current price level basically reflects the favorable factors in the early stage. The drought has lasted for a long time, and it has not been raining in central and []
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    7. NR supply falls 7.3% in first seven months of 2019

      Kuala Lumpur The world production of natural rubber (NR) fell 7.3% year-on-year to 7.039 million tonnes during the first seven months of 2019, according to the preliminary estimates published by the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries (ANRPC). Total product was hit by the outbreak of Pestalotiopsis leaf disease in the rubber producing states, with Indonesia estimating a 15% decline in annual output.
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    8. Analysis: India’s limping economy threatens to undermine commodity markets

      Analysis: India’s limping economy threatens to undermine commodity markets
      Singapore Indias economy has shifted into lower gear since the countrys general election, posting its slowest growth in six years for the April-June quarter and taking a toll on energy and commodity markets that were already grappling with an ailing automotive sector and a lack of liquidity. Not registered? Receive daily []
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  2. Quotes about rubber price

    1. We believe the rubber price to trade at about RM5.50 due market uncertainty. Thus, we have to wait and see the economic situation and demand from consuming countries.
      In Malaysia: New initiative to curb falling rubber production
    2. The rubber price is currently positive and stable because it is related to oil prices.
      In Cambodia: Rubber exports rise 33 percent
    3. Besides the lukewarm demand from automobile industry, the drop in rubber price in Malaysian and Indonesian markets has triggered NR imports to India.
      In Natural rubber prices slide as imports get cheaper