ERJ staff report (DS)
London -- Prices of natural rubber eased over the weekend, but only slightly. Prices are expected to in crease further in the mid-term.
In Tokyo, Tocom's benchmark six-month price increased slightly, to a high of Yen 437 ($5.25 per kilo), but then fell back to close at yen 435.5 during afternoon trading on 10 January.
In Singapore RSS3 fell below $5.30/kg on Monday, down slightly from Friday, while short-dated TSR20 fell back below $5.20/kg
Indian prices on the NMCE (National Multi-Commodity Exchange) were mainly below Rs230 ($5.06)/kg on Monday.
Shanghai prices, usually the world's highest, eased to around Yuan 37.5 ($5.65) per kilo.
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